The M4 is closed in both directions in Margam following two serious accidents earlier this morning.
The westbound carriageway is closed between J38 and J39, while the eastbound carriageway is closed between J38 and J42. Traffic is queueing and diversions are in place in both directions.
We are in attendance at a road traffic collision on the M4 junction 38-39 near Margam. The road is closed both ways. ^cy
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Police have named a man who died in road crash in Neath at the weekend,
25-year-old David Griffiths died in the collision on the B4242 near the village of Abergarwedin.
The incident happened at around 6.45pm on Saturday 23rd April involving a a red Citroen C2.
Our David was the life and soul of the party, a loving, kind gentleman who will be deeply missed by all his family and many friends.
South Wales Police is appealing for any witnesses to call 101.
One lane is closed on the M4 Westbound lane and traffic is queueing due to a broken down lorry.
There is congestion from Junction 43 A465 (Llandarcy) to Junction 42 A48 (Earlswood Roundabout/fabian Way).
It's also affecting the A465 Westbound before M4 J43 (Llandarcy) and there is congestion to A474 (Neath Interchange).
The lorry is actually on the roundabout above the motorway.
Work to repair a sink hole which opened up on a Neath road on Thursday could be complete by Monday says the local council.
Police closed off Cimla Road following the discovery at the bottom of Cimla Hill.
The void itself was at least five metres deep and was filled this morning with 20 tonnes of clean stone and 44 tonnes of concrete.
Resurfacing will be undertaken as soon as the fill concrete is hardened.
It is anticipated the road will reopen for Monday morning traffic.
Strong winds on the M4 Briton Ferry Bridge between J41 (Baglan/Pentyla) and J42 (Earlswood Roundabout/Fabian Way) mean there's a 40 mph speed limit.
Police in Neath Port Talbot are appealing for witnesses after a man was sexually assaulted in the Afan Valley on Wednesday.
The incident happened at around 9pm on a track between Croeserw and Blaengwynfi - known locally as 'the line' - when a 36-year-old man was assaulted a short time after he had walked past a group of men.
One of the group is described as being male, white, aged around 20, 5ft 6ins to 5ft 8ins in height, with dark hair shaven on the sides, wearing a light coloured vest top, dark bottoms and white, grey and black coloured New Balance trainers.
We also wish to trace a woman who was walking her golden Labrador dog and spoke to the victim a short time before the assault took place as she may have important information about the incident. This is an unusual incident in this part of Port Talbot and local residents will notice an increased police presence in the area while the investigation continues.
There's stop-start traffic for ten miles on the M4 Westbound between J38 A48 (Margam Off Slip) and J43 A465 (Llandarcy).
The former Chief Executive of Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board has offered his "profound regret and sincere apologies" following this week's damning report into poor care at Neath Port Talbot and Princess of Wales hospitals.
I was saddened to read the ‘Trusted to Care’ report produced by Professor June Andrews and Mark Butler.
It highlights unacceptable standards of care provided, in particular, to elderly patients. Particularly distressing were the examples of care being given without sensitivity or compassion.
I must offer my own profound regret and sincere apologies. I am sure action will now be taken to ensure rapid, necessary improvement.
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