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Swansea: Car ‘goes into water’ at marina | UK News

A car has gone “into the water” at a marina in Swansea.

South Wales Police confirmed its officers had attended along with colleagues from other emergency services.

They were called to reports of the incident shortly after 10am on Wednesday.

Pictures from the scene show multiple police vehicles and ambulances in attendance.

The air ambulance was also at the scene and a police cordon was put in place.

A spokesperson for the Wales Ambulance Service said the service was called at around 10.01am.

“We sent four hazardous area response teams, one air ambulance, two Cymru high acuity response units, one duty operational manager and one emergency ambulance to the scene where we were assisted by colleagues from the Emergency Medical Retrieval and Transfer Service who travelled by air,” they added in a statement.

It is not yet known if anyone was in the vehicle at the time.

The incident is currently ongoing and no further details are available at this time.

Father dies after Swansea house fire which also killed his three-year-old son | UK News

A father has died following a house fire in Swansea, police have said, which also killed his three-year-old son.

Naemat Lawa Esmael, 51, passed away on Monday morning, South Wales Police said in a statement.

His three-year-old son Muhammed Esmael died at the scene of the blaze in the West Cross area of the city on Saturday.

Police were called to the fire on Gonhil at around 1.20pm on Saturday.

Detective Inspector Carl Price said: “Our thoughts remain with the family, friends and the local community following this tragic incident.

“We are working alongside the fire service to establish the cause of the fire.”

Mr Esmael had been taken to Morriston Hospital and was said to be in a serious condition after the fire.

Of the other people in the house at the time, a 13-year-old girl and a 39-year-old woman suffered smoke inhalation.

Police have thanked members of the community who helped at the scene of the fire and those who have come forward with information.

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The fire was contained to one property and its cause is not yet known, police confirmed.

Leader of Swansea Council, Councillor Rob Stewart, described the “tragic fire” as “very sad news”.

“Our thoughts, condolences and sympathies are with the family and friends at this very difficult time,” he added.

An online fundraising page has raised around £15,000 to support the family.

Russell Scozzi: Human remains found in Swansea woodland identified as man missing since 2002 | UK News

Human remains found in woodland in Swansea have been confirmed as a man who went missing 21 years ago.

South Wales Police said forensic tests had identified them as belonging to Russell Scozzi, last seen in May 2002.

The discovery was made behind Waverley Drive in the Mumbles area of the city on 6 April.

Detectives said Ms Scozzi’s family had been informed and were being supported by specially trained officers.

“Our investigation into the finding of Mr Scozzi’s remains is ongoing in order that we can establish the circumstances leading up to, and the cause of death,” said Detective Chief Inspector Matt Davies.

Mr Scozzi was from the West Cross area of Swansea.

His sister paid tribute: “My heart goes out to Russell’s children who have grown up without their father and never really knowing what happened to him.

“Hopefully now we, as a family, can lay him to rest and with the work of South Wales Police discover what happened to him.

“I dearly loved Russell. He was my big brother who I always looked up to when I was growing up, and to lose him in this way has been devastating.

“Finally, we can be given the opportunity to grieve him properly.”