A road has been re-opened after a digger fell from a trailer and damaged post vans in Narberth this morning, narrowly avoiding post office staff.

The area around Spring Gardens was closed as emergency services dealt with the incident.

There was heavy traffic in the town earlier as a result.

Pictures from the scene show at least one post van badly damaged.

A line of post vans were parked outside the town's sorting office when the accident happened.

Helen Bussell saw the incident unfold.

She told the Western Telegraph: "It all happened in front of me as I walked along.

"There were two vans damaged. Fortunately no-one was hurt, but vans were in process of being loaded so a few PO workers were outside but avoided the incident.

"It was a tractor towing trailer with smaller digger & dumper truck on the trailer.

"He went around the corner at top of high Street quite swiftly, and as he straightened up as he entered spring gardens, the load continued to tilt and maybe wouldve come off if vans hadn't been there to break the fall."

A Dyfed-Powys Police spokesman, said earlier: "Dyfed-Powys Police officers are at the scene of a traffic incident involving four vehicles.

"They received a report of a digger that had fallen from a trailer damaging three vehicles at Spring Gardens, Narberth. They arrived at scene at 9am.

"No one was injured."