The funeral of a woman who died in a crash in Carmarthenshire takes place in Llanelli later today.
Bethan Davies, from the Ammanford area, was killed when her car collided with a coach carrying students from Coleg Sir Gâr on the A483 last Tuesday.
The 41-year-old has been described by those close to her as a loving daughter, a beloved sister, a valued friend and work colleague and a well-loved member of her community.
Her family say their loss is 'indescribable', but added that they are 'touched and very grateful' for the messages of support and condolence that they have received.
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