A pedestrian is killed in front of the door in a horror car accident. I'm a celebrity castle in north wales.
- Pedestrian has died after colliding with a car outside. I am a celebrity castle
- The A547 was closed in Abergele, North Wales for more than 15 hours after the crash
- The woman was pronounced dead on the scene after being hit by a blue Volvo
A pedestrian has died after a fatal collision with a car in front of I & # 39; m a Celebrity Castle.
Ambulance crews rushed to the scene near Gwrych Castle in Abergele, North Wales at around 5 p.m. Saturday where the woman was pronounced dead after colliding with a blue Volvo station wagon.
The incident occurred on a dark stretch of road with a top speed of 100 km / h near the Middle Gate on Abergele Road, near the places where sightseers were reported to have gathered.
The A547 was closed for more than 15 hours after the tragedy. A police investigation is still ongoing.
A pedestrian has died after a fatal collision with a car in front of the I & # 39; m a Celebrity Castle in Abergele, North Wales
A local said: “Because of the expected influx of tourists, barriers have been put up further down the sidewalks, although from Pensarn Beach you have a better view of the illuminated Gwrych Castle, which is also safer.
"Where this happened is a dark stretch of road and there have been some serious accidents."
He added: “There were some celebrity fans in front of the castle on Saturday night.
North Wales police tweeted that the A547 in Abergele was closed due to a collision on Saturday night
Gwyrch Castle, where the ITV reality TV show "I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here" is filmed in Abergele, Wales
“But I don't know if the show has anything to do with what happened. There is a private entrance to the castle grounds nearby. & # 39;
There have been claims on social media that some fans were climbing walls for snaps.
North Wales police said: “We are appealing to witnesses following a collision on A547 Abergele Road near Llanddulas in which a woman sadly died.
I'm a celebrity at Gwrych Castle in Abergele, North Wales. In the area, footpaths have been closed and a speed limit of 32 km / h has been introduced near the entrance to the TV production facility
It happened on a dark stretch of road with a top speed of 100 km / h. Ambulances rushed to the scene where the woman was briefly pronounced dead
& # 39; We received a report on Saturday at 5:06 p.m. about a collision with a pedestrian and a blue Volvo station wagon at a location known as Middle Gate.
& # 39; A woman from the area was pronounced dead at the scene. The Volvo driver was shocked, but unharmed by the collision. & # 39;
Sergeant Emlyn Hughes of the Roads Policing Unit said: “I appeal to everyone who witnessed this tragic incident or who has dashcam footage to contact the Roads Policing Unit.
"The road remains closed and will take some time while we conduct our investigations."
The coroner has been informed.
Anyone with information should call 101 with reference Y171230.