M4 at Pont Abraham, Carmarthenshire, reopens after crash

Wales Air Ambulance at the scene The Wales Air Ambulance at the scene of the crash

The Pont Abraham roundabout on the westbound M4 in Carmarthenshire has reopened following a multi-vehicle crash.

Emergency services are at the scene on Thursday afternoon, including the Wales Air Ambulance helicopter.

There are no details available on whether there are any casualties.

Traffic had been at a standstill on the approach to the roundabout, and congestion still stretches back to J48 at Hendy.

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