According to reports, a car “flipped and rolled” off a road and onto a campsite, striking a baby who was inside a tent.
Shortly after 10.30 p.m. on Saturday, a blue Ford Fiesta travelling with many passengers crashed into campers and a tent at the Newgale campsite on the Pembrokeshire coast of west Wales. Nine people were injured.
According to reports, two of the casualties are in a terrible state in the hospital, and the car’s passengers are also hurt.
Clare Harris, who runs the campsite with her husband Mike, told the PA news agency: “The car was speeding down the hill, realised it needed to slow down and tried to brake.
“It flipped and rolled several times, and crashed into the tent.
“There was a young child, a baby, in the tent at the time, thankfully they are okay.
“It’s a tragic accident that the police are dealing with, that’s all we can say at the moment.”
The Welsh Ambulance Service reported that one person was flown to the University Hospital of Wales with help from HM Coastguard.
When the automobile crashed off the A487, it is thought to have been heading from the village of Roch towards St Davids.
The road was shut down to enable for investigations, and it reopened this morning around 7.45 a.m., according to Dyfed Powys Police.
“Officers are appealing for any information regarding the vehicle, a blue Ford Fiesta, and its occupants.
“We are especially interested in any dashcam footage or doorbell footage which may have captured the vehicle being driven from Roch to the scene of the collision at Newgale.”