Roads have been shut in South Wales after a chapel partially collapsed.
South Wales Police say they have been referred to as simply after 6.30pm on Monday to “a report of an old chapel having partially collapsed”.
The incident occurred on the junction of Chapel Terrace and Hillside Terrace in Porth.
The constructing is known to be the previous Carmel Chapel, which dates again to the early twentieth century.
A cordon will stay in place till the remainder of the constructing is made protected, police say.
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Leader of Rhondda Cynon Taf Council, Andrew Morgan, mentioned in a put up on X that council workers have been additionally in attendance.
He mentioned close by roads have been anticipated to remain closed “for some time”.