TWO people were taken to hospital following a road traffic collision that closed a busy Powys road on Sunday evening, October 29.

Dyfed Powys Police said the collision occurred on the A470 between Llyswen and Felinfach at around 8.30pm, with the Welsh Ambulance Service confirming two people were taken to hospital in Merthyr Tydfil for further treatment.

The crash involved a black Mini Cooper and a black Vauxhall Corsa.

Multiple emergency service crews attended the scene, including police, ambulance, fire and the Wales Air Ambulance.


“Dyfed Powys Police were made aware of a collision between two vehicles on the A470, between Llyswen and Felinfach, at approximately 8.30pm on Sunday,” said a spokesperson for the force.

“Officers attended with the fire and rescue and ambulance services. The road was closed to allow for the incident to be dealt with safely.

“Both vehicles were recovered and the road was re-opened at approximately 10.30pm.”

A Welsh Ambulance Service spokesperson said: “We were called yesterday (29th October), at approximately 8.20pm, to reports of a road traffic collision on the A470 between Llyswen and Felinfach.

“We sent two emergency ambulances, one Cymru high acuity response unit and an air ambulance to the scene where we were assisted by colleagues from the Emergency Medical Retrieval and Transfer Service.

“We conveyed two patients by road to Prince Charles Hospital, Merthyr, for further treatment.”