Hundreds of River Gwili fish killed by pollution, NRW says
Hundreds of fish have been killed by pollution in the River Gwili in Carmarthenshire.
Natural Resources Wales (NRW) is investigating the incident after receiving reports of pollution of the tributary near Llanpumsaint.
NRW said officers identified the pollution as slurry from a nearby farm and have stopped any further pollution.
Alex Young from Abergwili Angling Club told BBC Wales' Matthew Murray the impact was "devastating".
24 Feb 2017
- From the section Wales