Mid Wales

Flooding keeps mid and west wales fire and rescue crews busy

Heavy rain has caused flooding in mid and south west Wales, with firefighters called out to more than 20 incidents.

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue diverted flood water from two pubs - The Smiths Arms in Neath Abbey and the Old Black Arms, Ystradgynlais.

They also received calls for help in Llanelli, Narberth, Tregaron, Glynneath, Morriston and Milford Haven.

At one point the A487 was shut between the A485 at Llanfarian and the B4337 in Llanrhystud, near Aberystwyth.

In nearby Chancery, fire crews dealt with flood water near some properties.

They were also called to Sainsbury's in Tenby after fears flood water could affect the store.

The latest call received was to Café 35 on Main Street in Solva at 15:00 GMT due to the River Solva overflowing and threatening the property.

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