Holiday horror as car ploughs into Welsh campsite and air ambulance deployed

Horror hit holidaymakers last night after a car smashed into a group of people socialising at a campsite and left six people injured. 

Emergency services including the police, ambulance service, fire and rescue service, as well as the air ambulance, descended on the scene after the crash at Newgale Camping in Pembrokeshire.

The victims were all taken to hospital at around 10.40pm last night, the Mirror reports. 

One casualty was taken to hospital in Cardiff by air ambulance. Four others were taken to Glangwili Hospital in Carmarthen and one to Swansea’s Morriston Hospital, according to local reports.

The road was closed overnight while accident investigation work was completed and campsite owner Mike Harris confirmed that it reopened at around 10am on Sunday morning.

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