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An investigation is continuing after a woman in her 60s died and a second one was left seriously injured following a car crash in Llandudno.
The incident happened at a bend on the lane between the Llandudno link road and Penrhyn Bay, near Glanwydden, last night and involved a black Renault Clio which careered into a field.
Police in north Wales said it happened some time between 4.45pm and 9.25pm.
Two men from the Cheshire have been arrested by North Wales Police after a jogger was assaulted by two men on Saturday morning. Officers say the incident happened at 7am in Llandudno's promenade area and their inquiries reveal that a 52 year old man was assaulted at a similar time while walking his dog.
The motive for the assault is not believed to be robbery-related and thankfully the injuries were minor in nature. Police enquires continue whilst the males remain in custody. We are content that this was an isolated incident in which a swift and effective response was made.