Dozens of cars were left stranded in knee-high water as flooding hit the Royal Welsh Showground during this week’s Royal Welsh Winter Fair.
Scores of cars were emersed in flood water on Monday, with NFU Mutual claiming up to 50 were seriously damaged. By Wednesday afternoon, most had been recovered.
FG understands some of these are likely to be written off, with flood water reportedly 91cm (3ft) deep in some areas.
Lesley Fawcett, dairy farmer from LLandyfan, Ammanford, was at the show with her son on Monday. She told Farmers Guardian her 2014 Vauxhall Corsa worth £14,000 was likely to be written off after being recovered.
"I am angry because staff should have let people know what was happening," she said. "It is negligent."
A spokesman for the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society claimed the water level rose within minutes and the committee and staff acted within protocols to make sure nobody was injured.