Family pay tribute to victim of fatal collision in Mountain Ash, Jordan Williams

The family of Jordan Tristan Williams who died following a road traffic collision at 3.00pm on Friday 22nd December on Aberdare Road, Mountain Ash has paid the following tribute to him:

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Mum Sian, her partner Steve and their Three Daughters, Jasmine-Leigh, Lucy-Jo, and Chardonnay pay tribute saying:

“We are so grateful to have spent these 26 years in Jordan’s short life, which he packed so much into and made so many friends both here in Wales, in our communities of the small villages and worldwide forming friendships through his gaming and biking social platforms. With people across the world paying tribute to Jordan their friend, gone but not forgotten.

“Jordan was a hard worker, just starting out on his life’s journey and to receive so many kind messages and videos from his friends and many acquaintances he knew and cared for has lifted our hearts and have kept us going since his untimely death.

“Jordan had a heart of gold and would give his last to help anyone. He just had this way about him, a knack to pick you up if you felt down. He would lift your spirits with his cheeky smile and his little wink, you couldn’t stay mad at him for long. He truly was one in a million a very special son and much-loved brother and friend to so many.

“Jordan was the older brother to his three sisters Jasmine-Leigh, Lucy-Jo, and Chardonnay who he loved so much and was besotted with them. He played a massive part in their lives and I’m sure his wisdom and kind words echo through their hearts as they too grieve the loss of their big brother. Gone but never forgotten they will be proud to carry his legacy on in their future lives.

“We want to thank all people who helped at the scene including members of the public who did all they could for Jordan.

“To the Emergency services, Paramedics and Air ambulance in attendance we thank you from the bottom of our hearts for trying to save our son Jordan.

“Rest in peace a much-loved son and brother we will always love you forever”.

South Wales Police is continuing to investigate the circumstances of the collision and is appealing for any witnesses or anyone with dash-cam footage to contact them quoting reference 2300434231.

Please go to:

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📧 swp101@south-wales.police.uk

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