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Family tributes to pub crash pair

Andrew Kent and Dean Llewellyn
Andrew Kent and Dean Llewellyn were in a Ford Fiesta car

Tributes have been paid to two men who died after their car hit a lamppost and a pub.

Andrew Kent, 21, from the Manselton area of Swansea worked with the city's Youth Offending Team at Cockett.

He and Dean Llewellyn, 20, from the Ammanford area, were pronounced dead on the A474 at Glanaman, Carmarthenshire, at 0245 BST on Monday.

Mr Kent's family said he had recently won a young achiever award for youth work in the Swansea area.

"He will be sadly missed by all his friends and family in the Manselton and Ammanford areas," they said in a statement.

Mr Llewellyn's family said: "We sadly mourn the loss of a dear son, brother and friend.

"He has been taken from the family he adored before his time."

The men had been in a Ford Fiesta when it left the road.

Dyfed-Powys Police closed the A474 while officers investigated the crash scene at the Cross Keys pub.

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