Ten rescued as wave strands bus in Newgale, Pembrokeshire
Ten people were rescued after a bus was hit by a large wave in Newgale during high winds and high tides along the Welsh coast on Saturday night.
Meanwhile, Ceredigion Council is assessing the cost of damage to Aberystwyth promenade after huge waves were driven onto the seafront for the second time this year.
Coastguards, council officers and police ensured everyone remained safe.
At Newgale, Milford Haven Coastguard was contacted just after 19:00 GMT with reports that the bus was stuck on the front, after it was hit by a large wave and became surrounded by flood water.
Coastguard, police, fire and ambulance crews were sent to the scene and an RAF helicopter from Chivenor in Devon was called, but was stood down once the passengers were helped to safety.
There were no reported injuries.
The council said they had been working to clear the rubble on the road but the A487 will remain closed until further notice. The bus was the responsibility of the owner to move, a spokesman said.
In Aberystwyth, repairs to the town's sea wall damaged by January's storms were completed on Friday.