Woman killed in road crash on A499 at Penrhos, Gwynedd

Location map The incident happened near Penrhos, known locally as "the Polish village"

A motorist has been killed in a road crash in Gwynedd.

The incident, involving a Vauxhall Corsa, happened on the A499 near Pwllheli.

Emergency services were called to the entrance of Penrhos village at around 2336 BST on Friday.

North Wales Police said a local woman, who suffered serious injuries, was pronounced dead at the scene. They are appealing for witnesses.

The force said only one car was involved.

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