South West Wales

Rally co-driver Dai Roberts stable after crash

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Image caption Dai Roberts is being treated at the Royal Victoria Hospital in Belfast

A Welsh rally co-driver who was injured in a crash while taking part in the Ulster Rally is in a stable but comfortable condition.

Dai Roberts, 28, from Carmarthen, was airlifted to hospital in Belfast after the crash which killed 20-year-old driver Timothy Cathcart.

The incident happened on the Fardross stage of the rally in County Fermanagh on Friday.

Mr Roberts' brother Gareth died in a rally in Sicily in June 2012.

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