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Family tribute to “extraordinary son and caring uncle” who died in an accident on Heads of the Valleys Road

The family of a 21-year-old man who died in an accident on Heads of the Valleys Road paid tribute to “an extraordinary son, a loving brother” and “a caring uncle”.

Gwent police were called to an accident involving a vehicle on the A465 near Tredegar around 1.15 am on Sunday 8 March.

Dylan Sullivan of Brynmawr was one of two occupants of the white Volkswagen Polo and was declared dead on the scene.

The 21-year-old’s family released a statement through Gwent police to pay tribute to “one of the most fun and kind people”.

Dylan Sullivan has been described as “a proud family member and an epic friend”

His family said, “Dylan was one of the most fun and kind people, he was full of joy and love for everyone he met.

“He was an extraordinary son, a loving brother, a caring uncle, a proud family member and an epic friend.

“Our hearts are broken and life will never be the same without our blue-eyed boy.

“As a family, we are grateful for the love and support we are receiving and we want our privacy to be respected when we get together and mourn for our Dylan.”

A 22-year-old man from the Blaina area has been arrested on suspicion of death for dangerous driving and has since been released under investigation.

Anyone with information about the accident is invited to call the Gwent Police on 101 or via the force’s social media channels on Facebook and Twitter, citing the reference number 2000084152.

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