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Loving tributes paid to Neath men killed in Swansea Valley collision

By HelenKeates  |  Posted: March 28, 2013

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By Helen Keates
The families of two Neath men killed in a road collision have tonight paid loving tributes to them. 
Matthew Paul John MacMillan, of Glanymor Street, Briton Ferry, and Mitchell Evans, of Cimla, both 21, died on Tuesday when the car they were travelling in hit a tree in Fforest Goch. 
Mr Evans's family described him as an amzing man - their prince. 

The family of Mr MacMillan - known as Millan - piad tribute to him while thanking his friends for their support.

They said: "He was a beautiful, loving, handsome boy who was a free spirit. 
"He was a loving brother of Siobhan, Christopher and Ellouise and a doting father of Macey and her mum Becky, special uncle to Harvey and grandson of Paul and Gloria and will be missed by all of the family.
"When he smiled it was infectious and everybody smiled with him. Matthew had so many special friends, far too many to mention and as a family we would like to thank all his friends for their kindness.
"He was our legend and will be in our thoughts forever."
His devoted mother Sian said: "I have always loved him and always will and I know that you're looking down on us from your cloud with your cheeky grin."
Alisa and Ieuan Evans   paid tribute to their son Mitchell.
They said: "Our handsome boy, our little prince, our world has been turned upside down and our hearts ripped out.  

"You were an amazing son, brother and grandson.  You were royalty to us and our lives will never be the same again."
Family liaison officers are continuing to support the families at this difficult time.South Wales Police are appealing for any witnesses to contact them. 
Officers would like to speak to anyone who witnessed the collision or who stopped to provide assistance, or anyone who may have seen the vehicle being driven prior to the collision and have not yet given their details.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the South Wales Police Roads Policing Unit at on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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