Family pay tribute to Alice Smith, victim of Hendy RTC

THE parents of a woman who sadly passed away following a road traffic collision on Saturday 9th March have said that she was the ‘light of their lives.’

Alice Smith, aged 31 was cycling along the B4306 near Hendy when she was involved in a collision with a red Seat Ibiza.

Her family said:
“Alice was training for a triathlon in Barcelona later this year and was on her way to Llangyndeyrn when she died.
Alice was happiest amongst her close friends, work colleagues and her horse-riding circle. She always had a smile and a kind word for everyone she met.

As well as her triathlon and Iron Man training, Alice was becoming a gifted dressage rider and was about to compete at the Petplan finals at Addington Manor with her beloved horse Tess.
The loss of Alice has left a massive hole in our lives and all that knew her.”

Appeal | We continue to conduct enquiries in relation to the fatal collision on the B4306 on Saturday 9th March.
It is now believed that the red Seat Ibiza may have travelled from Pontyberem to Drefach, and then left Drefach on the B4310 towards Tumble.
The vehicle continued from Tumble to Llannon on the A476 before turning onto the B4306 towards Hendy.
The investigation team continue to appeal for witnesses who may have information.
They are particularly keen to see dashcam, doorbell and CCTV footage of the red car before the collision from those who reside, or may have travelled, along the above route between 1.15-2pm.
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