Tributes to Pontardawe crash victims

Police are appealing for witnesses to a crash on the A474 Neath Road at Fforest Goch, which killed two people.

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Tributes paid to Pontardawe crash victims

Tributes have been paid to two men who died in a road traffic collision near Pontardawe on Tuesday evening.

Matthew Macmillan and Mitchell Evans, who were both 21, were killed when their car hit a tree on the A474 Neath Road, Fforest Goch.

Matthew Macmillan's family have described him as a 'beautiful, loving, handsome boy' who was a 'loving brother' and 'doting father'.

"He was our legend and will be in our thoughts forever."

The parents of Mitchell Evans said: "You were royalty to us and our lives will never be the same again."

South Wales Police are appealing for any witnesses to contact them. Anyone with information is asked to contact the South Wales Police Roads Policing Unit at on 101.

Police name Pontardawe crash victims

Matthew Macmillan and Mitchell Evans died on Tuesday evening Credit: South Wales Police

Police have named two men who died in a car crash near Pontardawe on Tuesday evening.

Matthew Macmillan and Mitchell Evans, who were both 21, were killed when their car hit a tree. A third person remains in hospital following the collision.

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Two people dead after A474 crash in Pontardawe

Two people have died after a road collision in Pontardawe.

South Wales Police are appealing for witnesses after the incident, which happened at 7pm yesterday evening on the A474 Neath Road, Fforest Goch.

Police say a silver Renault Clio was involved in a collision with a tree. Two people were died at the scene, while a third person was taken to Morriston hospital for treatment.

South Wales Police are appealing for any witnesses to contact them. The Police would like to speak to any person who witnessed the collision or who stopped to provide assistance, or anyone who may have seen the vehicle being driven prior to the collision and who have not yet given their details.

– South Wales Police statement

Anyone with information is asked to contact the South Wales Police Roads Policing Unit at on 101 or Crimstoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111

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