Family pays tribute to Ammanford man killed on A40
10:03am Tuesday 10th December 2013 in News
THE family of a 27-year-old Ammanford man who was knocked down and killed on the A40 between Llandovery and Llanwrda in the early hours of Sunday morning have paid an emotional tribute.
An inquest has been opened and adjourned into his death of Nathan Carl Jones, of Tirydail, which happened at about 3.20am.
"Nathan was a devoted fiance, father, son and brother who loved and lived life to the full," the family said in a statement.
"He will be sadly missed by everyone who knew him."
They added that they were "grateful for everyone’s kindness and generous support at this difficult time".
Details of the funeral will follow in due course.
Police continue to appeal for any witnesses who were in the vicinity at the time of the accident to please come forward. Officers from the roads policing unit can be contacted at Carmarthen Police Station on 101.
Officers say Mr Jones was involved in collision with a single vehicle at around 3.20am and died at the scene.
Meanwhile, South Wales Police have appealed for witnesses after a 40-year-old man died when his motorcycle hit a metal barrier near the Pontardawe Leisure Centre in the Swansea Valley at 4.50pm on Sunday.