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Police name woman who died in A483 crash

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.

Police investigate A483 bus crash

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.

HM Coroner has been informed and formal identification of the deceased is due to take place.

– Dyfed Powys Police statement

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.


Car driver confirmed dead in Pont Abraham crash

The bus was transporting students from the Ammanford campus of Coleg Sir Gar to Llanelli. There were 15 casualties in the bus who were taken to Prince Philip Hospital, Llanelli and West Wales General Hospital, Carmarthen to be treated for their injuries. Sadly, the driver of the car involved was pronounced dead at the scene. Enquiries are continuing to trace the next of kin.

– Dyfed Powys Police

Coleg Sir Gâr students involved in Pont Abraham bus crash

The College has been informed that a coach transporting students has been involved in a road traffic collision at Pont Abraham near junction 49 of the M4.

The bus was transporting students from Ammanford campus to Llanelli town centre.

Emergency services are currently at the scene attending to those involved in the collision and making the area safe. It is our understanding that all students have now left the scene.

We are informed that 12 students have been taken to West Wales General and Prince Phillip hospitals for treatment. It is not thought that any of the injuries to students are life threatening and that the majority are minor injuries.

The College has contacted all parents and senior College staff met parents at both hospitals. The College will be making its full support services available to students at Ammanford campus from tomorrow.

Information is very limited at this stage and we are awaiting further reports from the emergency services at the scene.

– Coleg Sir Gâr spokesperson


Lottery millionaire faces jail

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.

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