A man has been charged with killing a pregnant mother and her unborn baby by dangerous driving.
Eight-months pregnant Rebecca Evans, 27, died in a three-car pile up just weeks before her due date.
Her son Cian, then two, was seriously hurt in the crash and husband Alex was also in the M4 crash near Margam.
Rebecca Evans, 27, pictured with husband Alex, was killed in a crash on the M4 in Wales last year and Craig Scott, 51, has been charged with causing death by dangerous driving
The couple, of Bridgend, South Wales, were expecting a little girl in time for Christmas before the horrific crash on November 29, last year.
Mr Evans, 29, worked alongside his wife at homeless charity Shelter Cymru and they were on their way to work when the rush hour crash happened.
Shelter Cymru Head of Campaigns Michelle Wales said: ‘Without her passion and commitment to young people many would have faced homelessness and uncertain futures.’
South Wales Police have charged Craig Scott, 51, of Heath, Cardiff, over the incident.
A spokesman said: ‘He was charged with causing death by dangerous driving and causing serious injury by dangerous driving.’
Scott will appear at Swansea Crown Court later this month.
Mrs Evans, left and right, was eight months pregnant at the time of the crash while her young son Cian, then two, was also seriously injured by the three-car pile-up
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