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Tribute to father-to-be Bradley Webster who died after crash

Bradley Webster
Bradley John Webster was looking forward to the birth of his baby boy in March

The family of a father-to-be who died after a road crash in Powys have paid tribute to a "much loved" family man.

Bradley John Webster, 23, died after his Honda Civic crashed into a tree on the A40 near Sennybridge on 6 January.

He died eight days later at the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff.

Mr Webster, a keen sportsman, was said to have been "overjoyed" at the prospect of becoming a father to a baby boy due in March.

In a tribute, his family said he had an infectious personality and touched the hearts of everybody he met.

"Brad was a much loved son, grandson, brother and fiancé. He was overjoyed at the prospect of becoming a father to 'baby boy bump' in two months time," they said.

"We are devastated that he is no longer with us and our lives will never be the same again."

Mr Webster was brought up in Clydach near Swansea, but moved to Sennybridge a year ago to work as a contractor at the town's Army camp.

He was a keen sportsman, and played football, rugby and cricket for a number of teams including Sunnybank AFC, Afan Nedd School Boys, Morriston Athletic and Sennybridge AFC.

He also coached Sunnybank Juniors and Sennybridge Juniors football teams.

Dyfed-Powys Police have asked for any witnesses who saw a black Honda Civic type R travelling in the direction of Sennybridge from Brecon to contact the Mid Wales Roads Policing unit at Brecon on 101.

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