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NEWS ROUNDUP: Tragedy on the River Cleddau & coronavirus update

 

Tragedy on River Cleddau and your latest coronavirus update for Wales. 

Rising coronavirus rates in Wales could lead to some more restrictions being introduced, if the situation doesn't improve over the next three weeks.

People are already being urged to work from home and covid passes will be required for additional venues from November 15th.

Mark Drakeford on COP26 
First Minister Mark Drakeford has said it's important to show that "this is a problem we can solve" when it comes to climate change.
As the COP26 summit takes place, Mr Drakeford has said it's important to deliver a message of hope for the future. World leaders are meeting to discuss plans to slow the warming of the planet.
Tragedy on River Cleddau
Tributes have poured in for a businessman and fundraiser from Port Talbot who tragically died during a paddle boarding accident on a river in Haverfordwest.
Paul O'Dwyer was helping people who got into trouble on the Cleddau river. Two women also sadly died and one other remains in hospital in a critical condition.
A further five people were pulled out of the river by the emergency services uninjured.

The group of nine from the South Wales Paddle Boarders and Salty Dog Co, an organisation based in Port Talbot, were on a weekend away together exploring the river.

One of the paddle boarders who was on the trip, Vickie Mckinven from Milford Haven, said Mr O’Dwyer had died attempting to rescue two fellow paddleboarders who had got into difficulty near the weir.

Ms Mckinven said: “Paul did lose his life attempting to save two of the girls also in distress due to an unexpected downpour.

“Absolutely heartbreaking, was all good friends.

“And did so much to raise money


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