TRIBUTES have been paid to a man who died in a horror smash with a bus while on a bridge.
Mathew Chapman, 32, was killed when his car and the 52-seater coach collided near the Cleddau Bridge, Pembroke Dock, on Tuesday.
The bus driver was rushed to hospital in a critical condition but is now said to be stable.
Mathew's family have now paid tribute in an emotional statement.
They said: "Matt is a much-loved Son, Brother, Fiancé, Grandson and friend to many.
"He was loved by all who met and knew him.
"We are all shocked and devastated, and would ask for privacy at this time to try and come to terms with what has happened."
Police confirmed Mathew was originally from the Dunstable area but had been living in Pembrokeshire in recent years.
His family is being supported by specialist officers.
The horror unfolded on Tuesday when the two vehicles smashed into each other leaving people trapped.
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Mathew tragically couldn't be saved after he was freed from his car.
Several bus passengers were taken to hospital with "various injuries", including the driver.
Anyone with information has been asked to call police on 101 quoting reference DP-20230905-217.
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