Family of Carmarthenshire crash victim, Emma Llewellyn, of Wenvoe, pray for injured passengers
THE family of a woman who died following a road collision in Carmarthenshire, have said their thoughts and prayers are with the six other passengers injured.
Emma Louise Llewellyn, 22, died on Sunday, following the collision at 5.25pm on the A477, between Red Roses and Llanteg in the county.
The incident involved a green coloured Peugeot 206, of which Emma, from Wenvoe near Cardiff, was a passenger, and a blue coloured Kia Sportage, driven by a male from the Risca area of Gwent.
Emma's family said: "Our thoughts and prayers are with the other passengers, and we thank the emergency services and the staff at the hospital for all their efforts in treating Emma."
A total of seven casualties were taken to Haverfordwests's Whithybush Hospital and Swansea's Morriston Hospital, via Dyfed-Powys Plice air support unit and Wales Air Ambulance.
Emma later died of her injuries at Morriston Hospital.
Dyfed-Powys Police are appealing for any witnesses to the incident. Anyone with information should contact them on 101.