The family of a woman killed when her car collided with a bus in Carmarthenshire have described her as "a loving daughter, beloved sister, a valued friend and work colleague to many, and well-loved within the community."
Bethan Davies was the only person killed in the crash on the A483 on Tuesday, when 15 people were also injured.
Her family say their loss is "indescribable", and that they are "touched and very grateful" for the messages of support and condolence that have come in to them.
Her funeral will be held at Llanelli Crematorium on Thursday.
Dyfed Powys Police have named the woman who died in a collision between a bus and a car on the A483 on Tuesday as 41-year-old Bethan Davies from the Ammanford area.
An inquest has been opened and adjourned to a later date.
Miss Davies died when her car collided with a bus carrying students from Coleg Sir Gâr in Ammanford. The incident happened near Junction 49 of the M4 Near Pont Abraham.
An investigation is continuing today after a road traffic collision on the A483 near Pont Abraham in Carmarthenshire, in which one person died.
A bus and a car were involved in the collision yesterday afternoon, and the driver of the car was pronounced dead at the scene.
Officers continue to appeal for witnesses and if anyone was in the vicinity of this collision at the
appropriate time and has information which could help inquiries, please contact Dyfed-Powys
Police on 101.
A car driver has died after a collision with a bus carrying students from Coleg Sir Gâr in Ammanford in West Wales.
Several students travelling on the bus have been injured. It happened near Junction 49 of the M4 near Pont Abraham.
David Wood reports from the scene.
A lottery winner from Ammanford who beat up his girlfriend will be sentenced today.
Gavin Davies, 29, pleaded guilty to causing actual bodily harm, as well as a charge of common assault from December. The cage fighter beat his partner in a "prolonged" violent assault months after clinching a EuroMillions Millionaire Raffle win.
Davies toasted his good fortune with champagne at a luxury hotel after clinching £1 million in January. At the time he vowed to turn his back on cage fighting and transform his win into a much larger fortune.