Police and an air ambulance have been called to a holiday park after a "serious incident".
The scene at Parkdean's Ty Mawr Holiday Park in Towyn, North Wales, has been cordoned off this afternoon as an air ambulance landed close to the park on the A548.
The road shut in both directions hut has been reopened since.
Traffic was reported to have been gridlocked around the area at around 4.45pm while emergency services dealt with the incident.
Part of the holiday park owned by Park Dean resorts was also closed off.
Eyewitnesses claimed to have seen of two ambulances along with three rapid response vehicles and three police cars near caravans, which were taped off, according to North Wales Live.
The publication also received unconfirmed reports of a possible stabbing. However, authorities have not reported what prompted their response.
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North Wales Police have confirmed there is no threat to the wider public but warned people to stay away from the area.
In a tweet, the force said: "Officers are attending a serious incident at a Holiday Park near Abergele. Investigations are ongoing. Apologies for any difficulty.
"There is no threat to the public but please stay away as we deal with the incident. Thanks for your patience."
The air ambulance was reported to have left the scene by around 5.21pm.
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A park spokesperson confirmed it is assisting police.
They told the Mirror: "There has been an incident at the park and our team are assisting the police. It would be inappropriate to comment further."
The Welsh Ambulance Service are unable to provide any more details when approached by North Wales Live, only that they responded with multiple vehicles.