Heavy rain brings trees down across the county
5:01pm Thursday 19th December 2013 in News
BURSTS of heavy rain led to sporadic surface water floods on roads throughout Pembrokeshire last night.
There was road flooding at Pembroke Road, Haverfordwest; Mariners Square, Haverfordwest; Haverfordwest between Morrisons Roundabout and Salutation Square and at Maddox Moor, Freystrop.
Flooding also occurred on the A478 between Crymych and Pentre Galar; A487 at Felindre Farchog; Wood End, St Dogmaels; Ambleston; Trafalgar Road, Haverfordwest; Cherry Tree Close, Milford Haven.
At Penrhiw, St Dogmaels; Cilgerran near Masons Arms; A4075 at Carew; on the B4318 between Sageston and Heatherton and at Thomas Chapel, Begelly.
Drain covers came off at Cartlett, Haverfordwest
Strong winds also resulted in several fallen trees across the county.
A tree came down on A4075 between White Hill and Carew; another fell across both lanes of A487 between Llantood and Eglwyswrw; a tree came down near Royal Hotel, Broad Haven, while another fell on A487 between Newgale and Solva.
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