A search is currently taking place in Snowdonia for four teenage boys who have gone missing.
Police reported that the bodies of four adolescent males were recovered from a car that had flipped over and was partially submerged in water.
Jevon Hirst, Harvey Owen, Wilf Henderson, and Hugo Morris were reported as missing after not being heard from since Sunday morning after their camping trip to Snowdonia National Park in north Wales.
However, the North Wales Police has officially stated that the young individuals, who had journeyed from Shrewsbury, were rescued from the remains of a silver Ford Fiesta.
Officials stated that the car had veered off the road in Garreg village, which is located five miles away from Porthmadog town.
Earlier this morning, a large search effort was initiated which included helicopters, the coastguard, and mountain rescue teams.
Police Superintendent Owain Llewelyn of North Wales stated that officers arrived at the scene and found a Ford Fiesta overturned and partially submerged in water. Unfortunately, the bodies of four young males were found inside the vehicle.
Currently, it seems that this was an unfortunate incident, and our condolences go out to the loved ones of the four young men during this challenging period.
The police have officially confirmed that four teenagers who were reported missing in North Wales have tragically passed away due to an accident.
During the police investigation for four adolescents who disappeared during a camping excursion in Wales, corpses have been discovered.
A thorough search mission was initiated for Jevon Hirst, Harvey Owen, Wilf Henderson, and Hugo Morris when they did not come back from their overnight excursion to the Snowdonia region in Gwynedd.
The police discovered their bodies in a silver Ford Fiesta that had apparently veered off the A4085 at Garreg, near Tremadog. The car was flipped over and partially submerged in water, and an investigation is currently underway.
The mayor of Shrewsbury expresses deep sadness over…
The Mayor of Shrewsbury is expressing great sorrow over the death of four teenage boys who were discovered in a silver Ford Fiesta.
The Shrewsbury Town Council conveyed on X that the Mayor was greatly saddened by the unfortunate news regarding the four students from Shrewsbury.
My thoughts are with the family and friends who have experienced an immense loss, and I offer my sincerest sympathies. My hope is that the community of Shrewsbury can come together during this difficult period.
Police report that they are currently investigating the cause of the crash.
The police are currently investigating to determine the identities of the four teenagers discovered in the car and to comprehend the reason behind the accident.
North Wales Police stated that although the search has ended, they are continuing their investigation to officially determine the individuals in the car and to comprehend the circumstances that resulted in this unfortunate event.
I want to publicly express my gratitude to the emergency services, search volunteers, and members of the community who have helped us in this search.
According to his mother, the teenage boy was not truthful about his whereabouts.
Harvey Owen’s mother stated that she was not concerned about his whereabouts because he had given false information about his destination.
Ms Owen posted on Facebook that she was not concerned about her partner’s whereabouts the day before, as he had lied about his plans. However, the night before, when she was unable to contact him and he claimed to be staying at his friend’s grandad’s house, she became worried. Her friends assured her that he simply had no signal.
Additional responses from the community are being received regarding the devastating news of the bodies found during the police search for the missing teens.
Tomorrow morning, Trinity Churches Shrewsbury will be hosting a “time and space to pray” event.
Facebook announced that four teenagers from North Wales, who were students at Meole Brace school, have passed away. Our hearts and thoughts go out to their families, friends, and the entire community during this devastating time.
On Wednesday, November 22nd, there will be designated time and location for prayer at The Trinity Centre at 9am. Additional prayer times will be determined at a later date.
The statement from Shrewsbury Town Football Club has been released.
Shrewsbury’s football club has released a statement on Facebook after four bodies were found during the search for four missing teenagers.
“Shrewsbury Town Football Club sends our thoughts and condolences to those impacted by the tragic and devastating news from North Wales.”
Harvey Owen left Meole Brace School in the Shropshire town earlier this year and is currently studying for his A-Levels at Shrewsbury College.
During an interview with the BBC today, Crystal Owen, the mother of the individual in question, revealed that she was not aware of her son’s camping trip. She had believed he was staying at his friend’s grandfather’s house.
The teenager has three brothers and sisters.
The head teacher of Meole Brace School, Alan Doust, stated that last year, Jev, Harvey, and Wilf graduated from Year 11, while Hugo graduated the year before. All four boys were highly regarded and familiar to the school community.
Liz Saville Roberts, a Member of Parliament, expressed her gratitude to the search teams and extended her sympathies to the families and friends of the teenagers. She acknowledged that the news was devastating and as parents, their hearts are with the families and friends of the four young men who lost their lives in this tragic event.
We want to express our gratitude to the emergency services and local mountain rescue teams who participated in the search, as well as members of the public who helped find the vehicle. There are no words that can fully convey the sadness this news has brought to our community as a whole.
Supt Owain Llewelyn, of North Wales Police, said: “I would like to take this opportunity to publicly thank the emergency services and members of the voluntary search agencies and members of the public who have supported us with this search.
Lastly, I would kindly request that the family of these boys be given privacy during this difficult period.
A vehicle was found overturned.
“According to Supt Owain Llewelyn of North Wales Police, a Ford Fiesta was discovered on its roof and partially submerged in water. Unfortunately, four young males were found deceased inside the vehicle.”
The families of the boys who are missing have been notified.
We are thinking of them during this difficult time. Although the search has ended, there is an ongoing inquiry to officially identify the people in the vehicle and to determine the cause of this devastating event.