More than ten people were treated in hospital on Friday for minor injuries after a car ploughed into a hospital in North Welsh.
The accident happened on Friday afternoon at the Southwestern Health Centre in North Wales, just off the coast of Carmarthenshire.
It happened just after 3pm and there were no other injuries.
A spokesman for North Wales Ambulance Service said it had taken 11 people to the emergency department after they had been admitted to hospital.
The hospital’s emergency department is a large facility, which can accommodate up to 40 patients, and the majority of those are in stable condition, he said.
“The initial investigation suggests that there may have been an airbag deployment in the area and the vehicle may have hit a barrier,” he said, adding that the accident is still being investigated.
“We’re looking at the circumstances surrounding the incident to determine what happened.”
North Wales Ambolgic is currently treating the injured at a hospital nearby.