Family pay tribute to Nicolette Lewis, victim in collision on A476

THE family of a woman who died following a collision involving a lorry and a bicycle on the A476 between Temple Bar and Ffairfach Carmarthenshire, on Monday 9 October, say “She was our absolute world and rock”.

Nicolette Lewis, aged 52 (pictured left with husband Andrew), who was riding the bicycle, died at the scene of the collision.
Her family has issued a statement to say:

“We just want to thank everyone for the support and kind-hearted messages. No words can be said during this very difficult and devastating time. That’s all we ask is for everyone to respect our space to grieve and come to terms with this tragic loss of our beautiful Mother and Wife.
“She was our absolute world and rock, a wonderful soul who did not deserve to leave this life so early! We know that all she wants for us is to come together and make the most of our lives with a smile. As she was always smiling, with a large glass of wine in one hand.
“We shall all raise a glass of wine to Nicolette very soon. Sleep tight you beautiful soul. Lots of Love, Andrew, Nia, Connor, Tommy, Joe & Marvin.”

The family is being supported by specialist officers.
Officers are continuing to investigate the circumstances of the collision.
Anyone who may have been travelling along the A476 at the relevant time or anyone with information that could help officers with their investigation is asked to report it to Dyfed-Powys Police, either online at:, by emailing, or by calling 101. If you are deaf, hard of hearing, or speech impaired text the non-emergency number on 07811 311 908.
Quote reference: DP-20231009-306.

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