Police appeal for witnesses to serious collision near Hendy in which female cyclist died

Dyfed-Powys Police are appealing for witnesses and video footage following a serious collision on the B4306 between Hendy and Llannon, which led to the death of a woman.

The collision, between a cyclist and a car – a red Seat Ibiza – occurred at approximately 2pm on Saturday, 9 March.

The red car had travelled along the B4306 from Pontyberem in the general direction of Hendy, while the cyclist was travelling towards the general direction of Llannon.

Tragically, the 31-year-old cyclist died at the scene. Our thoughts are with her family, who are being supported by specialist officers.

The Tirbarch Farm and Y Geibren stretch of the B4306 between Hendy and Llannon was closed overnight.
The car driver was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving. He has been released under investigation while police enquiries continue.

The investigation team is appealing for witnesses who may have information to get in touch. They are particularly keen to see dashcam, doorbell and CCTV footage of the red Seat Ibiza before the collision.
Do you have information that could help us with this investigation? Please, let us know:
💬 | Direct message on social media
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📧 | 101@dyfed-powys.police.uk
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