Man, 20, dies in road collision on Anglesey

Sign at scene of accident
Image caption Police are investigating the collision

A 20-year-old man has died following a road traffic collision involving two cars on Anglesey in which two teenagers were also seriously hurt.

The incident happened at 2210 GMT on Saturday on the A5025 between Pentraeth and Four Crosses.

Police named the dead driver as Thomas Alan McCann. A boy and girl aged 16 in the car have been taken to hospital.

Two women, aged 40 and 27, in the second car suffered minor injuries. All those involved are local, said police.

Firefighters from Benllech and Beaumaris were called to the scene and used cutting equipment to release casualties.

Police have carried out a collision investigation at the scene and are still in the process of conducting inquiries.

Initially, police said the dead man was 19 and that two girls aged 16 were seriously injured, but they later corrected the information.

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