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Cyclist in 'critical condition' after crash

B5106 in Gyffin, Conwy Credit: Google Maps

A man remains in a critical condition in hospital after he was knocked off his bike on Friday evening (August 18th).

Officers say they are appealing for information about the incident involving one car on the B5106 in Gyffin, Conwy, at around 5pm.

North Wales Police said the cyclist was taken to Ysbyty Glan Clwyd in Bodelwyddan with serious injuries.

He has since been transferred to hospital in Stoke where he is said to be in a critical condition.


Storm Doris causes further collapse of Colwyn Bay pier

Storm Doris has caused a further collapse of the derelict Colwyn Bay pier Credit: Conwy County Borough Council

Storm Doris has caused a further collapse of the seaward end of Victoria Pier in Colwyn Bay.

A spokesperson for Conwy council said engineers and health & safety officers are monitoring the area closely and will inspect the structure at low tide, if it is safe to do so.

The derelict pier partially collapsed into the sea earlier this month.

Appeal after a pupil was approached by two men in car

A child was approached by two men on his way to school in Deganwy on Monday morning.

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The nine-year-old was walking to school along Plas Newydd, Deganwy at approximately 8.50am when two men got out and asked him to get into their car.

North Wales Police said he ignored the men and later reported the incident to staff.

It added the men made no attempt to physically get hold of the pupil nor did they pursue him to school and he was unharmed.

Extra ‘high vis’ patrols were deployed this morning following the incident.

Anyone with more information should contact the police by calling 101.

This incident will understandably be of significant concern to the local community and particularly parents and other local schools.

Enquiries are underway to establish the identity of the men and car and the pupil is being further interviewed by specialist officers to obtain a full description of the men and I would ask anyone who can assist to contact Police immediately.

In the meantime I’d like to personally reassure the community that everything possible is being done and increased patrols and a Police presence will continue particularly around school times”

– Kelly Isaacs, Local Inspector at Llandudno Police Station
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