Alysia Salisbury Wiki – Alysia Salisbury Biography
Alysia Salisbury was killed late last night after a fire broke out in a house in the small community of Pontyglasier, near Crymych, Pembrokeshire. Despite the efforts of rescue personnel, the small girl, described by her family as a “beautiful daughter and sister,” perished at the scene on the outskirts of the 300-person community. ‘It’s a tremendous disaster,’ one local said. They are a very pleasant family who relocated to the village a few years ago – we would see her out on her bike all the time.’ Dyfed-Powys police stated that the girl’s family is being supported by professional personnel and that they “request privacy at this difficult time.”
A home fire was reported at a household in Dolgoed, Crymych, soon before 10 p.m. yesterday. Officers are investigating the cause of the fire, and Alysia’s death has been reported to the coroner. The reason for her death has not yet been determined, according to police. In this awful moment, our thoughts are with the family and the local community,’ DCI Llyr Williams said in a news release this afternoon. The HM Coroner has been notified, and officers will now collaborate with fire service colleagues to determine the cause of the incident. In this terrible time, the family requests privacy.’
Alysia Salisbury was 5 years old.
Alysia Salisbury Death: Girl (5) Killed in a house fire near Crymych
Dyfed-Powys Police were still on the scene late this morning investigating the incident, according to The Pembrokeshire Herald. Officers will continue their investigation throughout the day. It comes after first responders worked tirelessly all night to put out the fire. Several fire departments, police units, and paramedics responded to the scene. At the scene, a police drone was also employed. According to a Welsh Ambulance Service spokeswoman, a fast-response vehicle and an emergency ambulance were dispatched to the area. The Emergency Medical Retrieval and Transfer Service assisted the crews. Among those that responded were the Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service, the Welsh Air Ambulance, and the Urban Search and Rescue Team.
Firefighters from Crymych, Cardigan, Newcastle Emlyn, Whitland, and Fishguard were also there, as was specialized equipment such as a Haverfordwest turntable ladder and a Milford Haven water bowser.