Barry caravan park landslide: Couple speak of escape


A couple who had to be rescued from their caravan during a clifftop landslide in south Wales say they are glad to be alive.

Angela and Peter Evans were woken from their sleep at Porthkerry, Vale of Glamorgan, after rock crumbled, leaving caravans teetering on the cliff edge.

The rock fall happened at about 22:00 GMT on Monday, shortly after the couple had gone to bed. No-one was injured.

Mrs Evans said: "I had reason to be scared. It was bad, very bad."

They talked to BBC Wales's Kate Scott Williams about the shock of that night.

Caravan landslip couple 'relief'

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