Find out about the latest incidents we have attended.

On Friday, June 7th, Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service crews from Newtown and Llanidloes Fire Stations were called to an incident along the Newtown Bypass.

On Sunday, May 26th, Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service crews from Aberystwyth, Aberaeron, Tregaron, Machynlleth, New Quay, Carmarthen and Llanidloes Fire Stations were called to an incident on North Parade in Aberystwyth.

On Sunday, May 6th, the Swansea West, Swansea Central, Morriston, Port Talbot, Gorseinon, Neath, Pontardawe, Pontarddulais and Carmarthen crews were called to an incident on New Cut Road, Swansea city centre.

On Tuesday, April 30th, the Kidwelly, Pontiets, Llanelli and Port Talbot crews were called to an incident on Station Road in Kidwelly.

On Wednesday, April 24th, the Abercrave, Morriston and Pontardawe crews were called to a wildfire incident on Mynydd Gelliwastad, Clydach.

On Tuesday, April 23rd, the Swansea West crew and Wales Urban Search and Rescue Team rescued a dog that had become stuck underneath a property.

On Monday, April 15th, the Milford Haven, Pembroke Dock, Narberth, Fishguard, Carmarthen, Tenby and Haverfordwest crews from Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service were called to an incident at a commercial premises in the Waterston Industrial Estate, Milford Haven.

At 11.09am on Monday, March 25th, the Abercrave, Seven Sisters, Pontardawe, Brecon and Lampeter crews were called to an incident in Penycae, Swansea.

On Friday, March 15th, the Swansea West, Swansea Central, Tumble, Reynoldston, Gorseinon, Morriston and Carmarthen crews were called to an incident in Murton, Swansea.

Take a look at what kept Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service busy throughout February 2024.