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Police are called to ‘serious incident’ at a Welsh holiday park as force warns people to ‘stay away’

Police are called to ‘serious incident’ at a Welsh holiday park as force warns people to ‘stay away’ from the scene

  • An air ambulance was called to Ty Mawr holiday park in Towyn, north Wales
  • The Parkdean resort was cordoned off as police carried out investigations
  • A park spokesman said they were ‘shocked and saddened’ by the ‘tragic incident’

Police have been called to a ‘serious incident’ at a Welsh holiday park and warned people to ‘stay away’ after the ‘tragic incident’.

An air ambulance was rushed to the scene at Ty Mawr park in Towyn, north Wales on Saturday afternoon.

The Parkdean resort was cordoned off as police carried out an investigation in the park.

An air ambulance was rushed to the scene at Ty Mawr park in Towyn, north Wales on Saturday afternoon

Police have been called to a 'serious incident' at a Welsh holiday park and warned people to 'stay away' after the 'tragic incident'

Police have been called to a ‘serious incident’ at a Welsh holiday park and warned people to ‘stay away’ after the ‘tragic incident’

North Wales Police said there is no threat to the wider public. 

They said in a statement: ‘Officers are attending a serious incident at a Holiday Park near Abergele. Investigations are ongoing. Apologies for any difficulty.

‘There is no threat to the public but please stay away from the area whilst we deal with the incident. Thank you for your patience.’

A park spokesman told MailOnline: ‘We are shocked and saddened by this tragic incident.

The Parkdean resort was cordoned off as police carried out an investigation in the park

The Parkdean resort was cordoned off as police carried out an investigation in the park

‘Ty Mawr is a 100 acre family park which welcomes tens of thousands of happy holidaymakers every year. 

‘This was an isolated and unprecedented incident which took place inside a caravan which is now a crime scene.

‘Our team are assisting police with their inquiries and as it is a police matter we can’t comment further at the moment.’

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