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A man who died after being hit by 'a number of vehicles' has been named as 29 year-old Tony Pemberton.
Mr Pemberton, from the Pyle area of Bridgend, died shortly before 9pm on Saturday.
In a tribute his family said:
“Tony was well loved by all of his family and friends. He was the father to two young girls whom he loved dearly. He was always the joker, high on life and there was never a dull moment when you were in his company. He will be sorely missed by his family and friends”
There is a continued appeal for witnesses or dashcam footage.
A man has died after being hit by a 'number of vehicles' on the M4 near Bridgend.
The incident took place between junction 35 Pencoed and junction 36 Sarn at around 9pm on Saturday 11th November.
The road was closed for a number of hours but was reopened on Sunday morning.
Officers are urging anyone who might have witness the incident to contact police.
Police, investigating the "sudden and unexplained" death of a man in the Pentwyn area of Cardiff, have arrested a woman on suspicion of murder.
Officers were called to the Pant Glas area on Saturday afternoon. The body of 43-year-old man was found. The next of kin have been informed and are being supported by family liaison officers.
A 30 year-old woman, at the address, was arrested and remains in police custody.
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