Four-Year-Old Child Fatally Injured in Pembrokeshire House Fire, Investigation Underway

Four-Year-Old Child Fatally Injured in Pembrokeshire House Fire, Investigation Underway

…By Alan Peterson for TDPel Media. A devastating incident unfolded in Pembrokeshire, as a four-year-old child lost their life in a house fire.


Dyfed-Powys Police received reports of the fire in the Pontyglasier area near Crymych on Saturday, May 27, shortly before 10pm.

Emergency Response and Fatal Outcome:

Upon receiving the distress call, Dyfed-Powys Police swiftly responded to the incident.

The Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service, the Welsh Ambulance Service, and the Welsh Air Ambulance were also dispatched to the scene.

Tragically, despite the combined efforts of the emergency services, four-year-old Alysia Salisbury succumbed to her injuries and passed away at the location.

Family’s Grief and Support:

The family of Alysia Salisbury, devastated by their loss, fondly remembers her as “a beautiful daughter and sister.”

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Recognizing the immense emotional toll, the police force has ensured that the family is receiving support from specialist officers during this difficult period.


Investigation and Privacy:

In a statement released the following day, DCI Llyr Williams expressed condolences to the grieving family and local community, acknowledging the profound tragedy of the situation.

The police have informed the HM Coroner and will collaborate with the fire service to determine the cause of the fire.

At this time, the family has kindly requested privacy as they navigate through this challenging time.

Emergency Services and Response Efforts:

The house fire in Pembrokeshire required a coordinated response from multiple fire stations.

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Fire crews from Crymych, Cardigan, Newcastle Emlyn, Whitland, and Fishguard swiftly arrived at the scene.

To aid in the operation, specialized equipment such as a turntable ladder from Haverfordwest, a water bowser from Milford Haven, and the Urban Search and Rescue Team were also present.

In addition, a police drone was deployed to assist in the emergency response.


This tragic incident in Pembrokeshire serves as a painful reminder of the devastating consequences of a house fire.


As investigations continue to uncover the cause of the fire, the community stands united in mourning the loss of four-year-old Alysia Salisbury, while offering support to her grieving family.

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Alan Peterson is a talented writer who creates engaging and informative content for TDPel Media. With a keen eye for detail and a passion for storytelling, Alan has established himself as a respected authority in his field. He is a dedicated professional who is committed to providing readers with accurate and up-to-date news and information. Alan’s ability to distill complex ideas into easily digestible pieces has earned him a loyal following among TDPel Media’s readers. In addition to his writing work, Alan is an avid reader and enjoys exploring new topics to expand his knowledge and expertise. He lives in Scotlant, United Kingdom.

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