THE man who was killed in a car crash in Cresselly last week has been identified as Tommy Taylor, of Brit-annia Drive, Pembroke Dock.

The 35-year-old dad-of-three had been near Home Farm on the A4075 at 11.15pm on Monday night when the car he was driving collided with a stone gatepost.

The victim had to be cut from the car and was pronounced dead at the scene.

Tommy's partner of 18 years Salina Lewis, aged 32, said: "Tommy will be dearly missed by all who knew him."

She went on to say that he was a devoted father to their three children Callum, aged six, Steffan, aged two and Bethan who is five-months-old, and a much-loved son to his mother Gwen.

Two passengers were treated for serious injuries at Withybush Hospital. The Lancia Delta was the only vehicle involved and was being driven towards Carew when the accident happened.

Anyone with information should contact PC Craig Morgan of the Pembrokeshire Roads Policing Unit on 0845 3302000.

The details of another driver who was killed on the main A477 road, near the Old Rectory restaurant, Llanddowror last week, are yet to be released.

The victim, who was driving a white Peugeot 205, was involved in a three-car collision with a van and a green Peugeot 206.

The driver of the 205 died at the scene and the woman driver of the 206 was taken to Glangwili. The road was closed for six hours.

Police are appealing for any witnesses who were travelling on the road between St Clears and Llandowror shortly before 3pm on Thursday.