A man who died after his car crashed into a set of traffic lights has been named by police. Alun Harrow, 76, died in the single-vehicle crash on Pensarn roundabout in Carmarthen in the early hours of Thursday morning (February 29), Dyfed-Powys Police said.

Issuing a picture of Mr Harrow and a tribute through the force, his family said he was a lifelong pub landlord who "will be sorely missed". The full statement reads: "Alun was a landlord all of his life and predominantly a landlord for pubs in the local area.

"He is mostly known for his time in The Telegraph in Ammanford, White Lion in Kidwelly, and more recently The Horse & Groom and the Carmarthen Arms in Haverfordwest. He will be sorely missed by family and friends."

The force said Mr Harrow's family is being supported by specialist officers. On Thursday, a statement from Dyfed Powys Police said a car collided with the traffic lights on the A48 at Pensarn roundabout at around 2.50am. The A48 from Nantycaws to Carmarthen was closed with diversions in place for around nine hours before it reopened just after noon. Join our WhatsApp news community here for the latest breaking news