Andrea Powell, 41, from the Bridgend area who used to be in hospital after the incident on the river Cleddau in Haverfordwest on October 30 was named by police as the fourth victim of… die.
Dyfed-Powys Police earlier announced two others women and a man died on the spot last week after a group of nine adults from South Wales area traveled to Pembrokeshire for a paddle boarding excursion and hopped in difficulty in the water. Another five people were rescued without injury.
“Our thoughts are with her family, and everyone involved in this tragic incident. We are supporting her family, and would ask for their privacy must be respected in this very difficult time,” the statement said over powell.
The police said the woman who was arrested on Friday as part of the investigation “has been released in research.”
The families of the victims who died in the incident last week paid tribute to them.
Morgan Rogers, 24, was described by her family as the best that she could be,” who would “sadly be missed by her” mother, father, Rhys, Harry, Holly and Katy.”
The family of Nicola Wheatley, 40, said:
“We are devastated by our loss. Nicola was a loving mother, daughter, daughter-in-law and wife. Nicola was a beautiful, caring, thoughtful and funny person. she was amazing in each way.
She has left An void in our life that will never be filled.”
The family of Paul O’Dwyer, 42, called him a “devotee” husband, father, son and brotherand said that “he devoted his life to contributing to society” in his many adventures in raise money for different causes.”
O’Dwyer’s family also said “Paul was a water” baby. His passion for the water started with Aberavon lifeguards from an early age.
“His sporting prowess extended too many different sports. He was a surfing champion in the army, the british army 7 next to rugby team member, Aberavon Green stars rugby player, ski instructor and several completed times in British and Welsh 3 peak events.
“We as one family are really thankful for the friendly messages die have been sent to us in our time of great sadness.”
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