The rider of a motorcycle who died in a road traffic collision close to Morriston Hospital in Cwmrhydyceirw has been named as Syed Asim Ali Shah, 26, from Port Talbot.
The accident took place at around 7.25pm on Tuesday 3 May and involving a white Kawasaki ZX900 and a black Audi A3.
Mr Shah, who was known to family and friends as “Asim” died at the scene of the accident when he was riding his motorcycle.
His friends and family paid tribute to him, describing him as a “truly unique character” and a “gentle giant” who was strong willed and determined.
“He was always happy and cheerful regardless of any situation” his family said in a tribute released by South Wales Police.
“He was an infectious individual, and you’d never forget him after meeting him.
“Asim was the kindest most loving individual anyone would meet, he was caring, funny and the life of the party. He would have a way with people to always make them laugh and smile.
“He leaves behind his darling partner Ocean and their one-year-old daughter Iyla. Asim loved both so dearly.
“He leaves behind his loving parents Nigar and Qadim Shah and his auntie, Parveen. His amazing brothers Munawar, Afaq, Aamir and Azan, his sister-in-law Fareah and lifelong friend Kawsar Hussain.
“He will be sorely missed by not only his family but his huge loving friendship group and the whole community of Port Talbot Mosque. He will be truly missed, and we pray for strength to get through this horrific time.”
South Wales Police is continuing to appeal appeal for witnesses to the Heol Maes Eglwys collision.
The road was closed for several hours whilst investigation work was carried out.
Officers want to speak to any witnesses to the collision, anyone who may have dash camera footage of the incident or who witnessed the manner of driving of any of the vehicles prior to the collision.
(Lead image: Family photo / South Wales Police)
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