A woman has been left fighting for her life after a car ploughed into a tent in the middle of the night at a Welsh campsite.Two men have been arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving and driving with excess alcohol, they remain in custody.North Wales Police said four adults, two women and two men, were injured when a car drove into a tent around 2:00am yesterday (MON) morning. One woman remains in a critical condition after being taken to Ysbyty Gwynedd Hospital, near Bangor, but the other three have been discharged, police said. They said the event was “terrifying” for other campers who “should have felt safe in their tents”. The ages of the four victims and two men arrested have not been released. The incident occurred at Rhyd y Galen campsite, near Caernarfon, north Wales, on the edge of Snowdonia national park. Last night well-wishes posted support for the injured campers. Andy Manser posted to the Rhyd y Galen Facebook page: “All our thoughts are with the family and friends of the people injured this morning. God bless.”Detective Chief Inspector Sion Williams said: “This was a terrifying event for people who should have felt safe in their tents. “North Wales Police are supporting those involved and our thoughts are with the family of the woman who has been seriously injured.”I would like to thank those members of the public who have helped us, but if anyone has not been spoken to yet and has any information which could assist, then please contact us.”Our Roads Policing Unit is working with detectives to establish exactly what happened.”North Wales Fire and Rescue Service said two fire engines were sent to the scene after a car was driven into two tents.One casualty was left trapped and was freed by police before being taken to hospital. Police say one woman has been left critically ill and terrified campers fled their tents at the Rhyd y Galen campsite.Credit: WALES NEWS SERVICE Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.
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