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Family’s tribute to ‘loving father’ biker killed in crash

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The family of a father of two who was killed in a collision in Haverfordwest on Friday (26 August) have paid tribute to the ‘loving father’.

Motorcyclist Andrew Clark, who was aged 34 and known locally as Clarky, died at the scene of a four vehicle collision on Freemans Way at around 5.30pm.

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His family has issued a tribute, saying: “We are deeply saddened by the sudden passing of our beloved Andrew Clark (Clarky). 

“He was far too young to be taken and had so much more life left to live. 

“He leaves his two young daughters, his brothers and sisters, his partner and his puppy Loki. 

“Andrew was a loving father who doted on his two daughters.

“He worked hard to provide for them and was kind, generous and willing to help others.

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“He was a joker and loved a laugh and banter!

“Andrew loved his cars, motorbikes and spending time with his family. 

“For many years, Andrew worked as a fisherman and enjoyed his time at sea and was always willing to offer his catch to his loved ones. 

“Andrew will be deeply missed by his family and friends.

“We have been overwhelmed by the messages of love, condolence and support received which have offered comfort whilst we all come to terms with the sad news.”

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The family added its thanks to the emergency services and members of the public who assisted on the day. 

Police are continuing to appeal for witnesses to the collision.

(Lead image: family photo / Dyfed Powys Police)

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