Emergency services were called to Bridgend's crisis-hit Parc prison on Tuesday afternoon after an inmate sustained injuries. Police say the incident is not being treated as suspicious and is not drug-related.

Police were called to the prison just after 2.50pm on Tuesday following a report of concern for the welfare of a 41-year-old inmate. A South Wales Police spokeswoman said: "Emergency services attended and he was transferred to hospital due to his injuries, which are not thought to be life-threatening."

A spokeswoman for G4S, the private security firm that runs the jail, said: "Following an incident at HMP Parc, a prisoner is being treated in hospital. An air ambulance attended the prison, but was not required."

Six inmates died suddenly at Bridgend's HMP Parc between February 27 and March 19. South Wales Police is treating two of the deaths as non-suspicious but believes the other four to be drug-related. You can read our investigation into the crisis here.

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