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Pictured: Rebecca Evans.<br />
Re: Tributes have been paid to a mother-to-be after she and her unborn daughter died in an M4 crash.<br />
Rebecca Evans, 27, from Bridgend, was eight months pregnant when she died in the three-car pile up near Port Talbot, on Tuesday.<br />
Her son Cian, two, was seriously hurt and is recovering in hospital, and her husband Alex was also in the car.<br />
The couple were on their way to work at homeless charity Shelter Cymru when the crash happened.<br />
Shelter Cymru's head of campaigns, Michelle Wales: "This is such a tragedy and obviously something we didn't expect.<br />
"She was such a lovely, lovely person and we are all so upset. Staff and trustees are in a state of shock.<br />
"Rebecca had been working for Shelter Cymru for five years building the education and youth information service which has helped thousands of young people to understand the practical steps young people need to take to live independently.<br />
"Without her passion and commitment to young people many would have faced homelessness and uncertain futures."
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Pictured: Rebecca Evans.
Re: Tributes have been paid to a mother-to-be after she and her unborn daughter died in an M4 crash.
Rebecca Evans, 27, from Bridgend, was eight months pregnant when she died in the three-car pile up near Port Talbot, on Tuesday.
Her son Cian, two, was seriously hurt and is recovering in hospital, and her husband Alex was also in the car.
The couple were on their way to work at homeless charity Shelter Cymru when the crash happened.
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