Emma Llewellyn, from Cardiff, dies after A477 collision

Emma Llewellyn
Image caption Emma Llewellyn's family said their thoughts were with other passengers

A 22-year-old woman killed in a two-car collision in Carmarthenshire has been named as Emma Llewellyn.

Ms Llewellyn, from Wenvoe, Cardiff, was a front seat passenger in a Peugeot 206 which collided with a Kia Sportage on the A477 between Red Roses and Llanteg on Sunday.

Her family said their "thoughts and prayers are with the other passengers" and thanked emergency services.

Six other people were injured, one critically.

Police have appealed for witnesses to call 101.

Police said the collision, involving a green Peugeot and a blue Kia driven by a male from Risca, Gwent, occurred at 17:25.

Ms Llewellyn was taken to hospital in Swansea but later died.

A rear seat passenger in the same vehicle was described on Sunday as being in a critical condition at the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff.

The conditions of the other injured people are not thought to be life threatening.

Paramedics and Dyfed-Powys Police air support unit took the casualties to a number of hospitals including Morriston at Swansea and Withybush in Haverfordwest.

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