Man killed in M4 Brynglas tunnel crash named as David Archer, 67, from Cardiff
The man who died in a crash at the M4 Brynglas tunnels on Friday has been named as David Archer from Cardiff.
The 67-year-old was killed after his dark grey Peugeot 308 car hit a wall and an electrical sub-station at the eastbound entrance to the tunnel in the early hours of the morning.
The motorway was closed for six hours following the crash, and police are appealing for witnesses to the incident — which happened at around 3am — to come forward.
A Gwent Police spokesman said: “Police are appealing for witnesses to the collision which occurred at about 3am on Friday, March 15, and involved one vehicle — a dark grey Peugeot 308 saloon.
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“CCTV shows a number of motorists stopping at the side of the vehicle immediately after the collision, officers are particularly interested in speaking to these people.
“They include heavy goods vehicle drivers, and one man who actually got out of the passenger side of a passing vehicle and walked over to have a look inside.
“Anyone who may have witnessed the collision is asked to contact Gwent Police.”
*Can you help? Call Gwent Police on 01633 642404