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Families pay tribute to teenage victims of Powys car crash

Alesha O'Connor and Rhodri Miller were killed in the crash on the A470. Credit: Dyfed Powys Police/Family photo

The families of three teenagers killed in a crash on the A470 in Powys have issued statements paying tribute to their loved ones.

17-year-olds Rhodri Miller, Corey Price and Alesha O'Connor died along with 68-year-old Margaret Challis in a collision on Friday night.

Rhodri was a bright talented 17 year old who had so much to live for. He was studying for his A levels at Bro Morgannwg School. He was a very popular boy inside and outside of school.

"He loved his football, was a season ticket holder for Cardiff City Football Club, and loved going to the gym. He will be very sadly missed by family and friends, all who knew him."

– The parents of Rhodri Miller
Alesha O'Connor attended St Richard Gwyn Roman Catholic High School in Barry. Credit: Dyfed Powys Police/Family photo

Alesha was a kind loving child, a much loved baby sister and our beautiful princess. She was much loved by all her extended family.

"She was the perfect daughter and friend and has left a massive void in our family. Alesha was beautiful, intelligent and artistic and had her whole life ahead of her.

"We as a family would like to pass on our sympathy to the other families who have lost loved ones."

– Statement from Alesha O'Connor's parents
17-year-old Corey Price was a pupil with Rhodri at Ysgol Gyfun Bro Morgannwg in Barry. Credit: Dyfed Powys Police/Family photo

The family of Corey Price are devastated by the sudden and tragic loss of their wonderful gentle and caring Son, brother, uncle and grandson.

"No words can explain how we are feeling but we are truly grateful of the support of our family and friends at this tragic time".

– Statement from the family of Corey Price

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