Posted: Fri 20th Dec 2019

Three arrested following incident in Connah’s Quay on Thursday

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Friday, Dec 20th, 2019

Police have confirmed that three people were arrested following an incident in Connah’s Quay yesterday.

Police and the Ambulance service were called to Deva Avenue at around 1.15pm on Thursday. 

The road was reportedly closed while the incident was dealt with.

Police have said this morning officers arrested “two women and a man on suspicion of affray, one man is still outstanding in connection  with the incident.”

The Welsh Ambulance Service said they were called to reports of a person needing urgent medical assistance at a property on Deva Avenue.

“We responded with one rapid response vehicle and one emergency ambulance. One patient was transported to Countess Of Chester Hospital.”

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