Tribute to a “loving” father killed in a motorcycle accident
A family paid tribute to a “loving father, son and brother” killed in a motorcycle crash.
Matthew Rouch, of Penarth, was pronounced dead at the scene of the A48 crash near Cowbridge around 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday September 29.
The 41-year-old was riding a Kawasaki motorcycle in the collision with a single vehicle.
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His family have now paid tribute to “the incredible man that he was”.
In a statement, they said, “Matthew was a loving father, son and brother.
“As a family, we will cherish the memories of the amazing man he was and will keep him forever in our hearts. Matthew will be sorely missed.
South Wales Police were alerted to the incident on the A48 near Cowbridge, between the A4222 and the B4268, and the road remained closed for around nine hours after the collision.
A force spokesperson said: “Emergency services were called in for a traffic accident involving a single motorcycle on the A48 near Cowbridge around 7:30 pm on Wednesday 29 September.
“The biker, a 41-year-old man from the Penarth area, was pronounced dead at the scene.
“The road has been closed in both directions between the A4222 and the B4268 for several hours and those affected are thanked for their understanding.
“Anyone who has witnessed the incident or captured on a dashcam, or who saw the motorcycle rolling a few moments before, is invited to contact 101 and quote the reference * 343258.”
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