A minute's silence will be observed in Wales today on the 50th anniversary of the Aberfan disaster.
Bridge Of Light Taking Place For Cameron
Specialist teams have concluded their fourth day of searching for a missing schoolboy in Carmarthen.
A ‘Bridge of Light’ is taking place this evening in Carmarthen for missing Cameron Comey.
Candles will be lit along King Morgan Bridge, which leads to the town's train station.
The event has been organised by well-known Carmarthen resident and Carmarthen Town Council Event Organiser Jenny Fox with the blessing of the 11-year-old's family.
It's as the search continues for the schoolboy who was last seen playing by the River Towy on Tuesday 17th February, it's thought he fell into the water.
Dyfed Powys Police are urging the public to let official teams carry out the efforts to find Cameron and have sent us this statement:
While we are very grateful to members of the community offering their support in finding Cameron Comey, the rescue and search operation is a highly skilled and sensitive operation that needs to be left to the multi-agency search team at this time.
Specially trained officers continue to provide support to the family throughout this difficult time.
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