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A 19-year-old man has been bailed after a fatal crash on Gower.
It happened on the Cefn Bryn mountain road at 10.55pm on Friday, involving a white Kia Proceed and a Rover MG.
The driver of the Rover died. He's been named as 73-year-old Timothy Malone from Hampshire. He had travelled to Gower with his wife for a holiday.
Mr Malone's wife is in a stable condition at Morriston Hospital.
Two other young men were treated for minor injuries and have since been released.
A man has been killed and four others injured after a car crash in Gower.
It happened just before 11pm on Friday 31st July on the B4271 and Reynoldston Village, known locally as Cefn Bryn.
A 67-year-old man from Hampshire was taken to Morriston Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Four other people are currently being treated in hospital.
The crash involved a white Kia Cee'd and a green Rover MG estate, and police are asking for any witnesses, or anyone who may have seen the vehicles being driven before the collision to come forward.
The road is currently closed while investigations take place.
Police have named a man who died in an incident at Three Cliffs Bay on Gower.
Jason North, 42, was from Macclesfield. He was on holiday in the area with his wife and two children.
It is believed Mr North entered the water, concerned that his children had got into difficulty. A number of people who were on the beach assisted in removing them from the water.
He was taken to Morriston Hospital where he later died.
Mr North's death is not being treated as suspicious and is being investigated on behalf of HM Coroner.