Investigations are continuing into the deaths of two men who died at Tata Steelworks in Port Talbot a year on after they tragically lost their lives.

Contractor Adam Llewellyn, 41, died at the plant on September 5, last year, following an incident involving a quad bike.

The Bridgend worker was discovered at the Eglwys Nunydd reservoir, which supplies the steelworks with water and is also used as a recreation area.

Weeks later Justin Day, 44, died at the steelworks on September 25, 2019, in a machine accident.

The worker from Llansamlet in Swansea had been working for Caerphilly-based Mii Engineering when tragedy struck.

Both South Wales Police and the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) were called in to investigate both fatalities.

Justin Day was hailed as a "doting dad" and grandfather by his family in a tribute

A spokeswoman for the HSE said investigations were continuing into the deaths of both men.

She said: “Both investigations are ongoing, we are unable to comment further at this time.”

Mr Llewellyn’s family hailed him in the wake of his death as a “giant” to his children, “well respected” along with “honest, loyal and hardworking.”

They added: “He was very well respected in both the farming and local community and the sense of loss felt by all those who knew him is a testament to Adam’s love for his work and dedication to providing for his family.”

Adam Llewellyn tragically died at Eglwys Nunudd Reservoir on September 5,last year, which supplies Tata Steel with water

Meanwhile, the family of rugby-loving Mr Day said he was a “doting dad” and grandfather.

They said: “Justin was a family man who loved his family so much, he was hardworking to provide the best for his family.

“He was a doting dad to his daughter Keeley and granddaughter Lyla-Jay who he idolised.

“He was a passionate rugby fan and supported the Ospreys and Wales and had been looking forward to the World Cup.

“He was so proud of his sons Korey and Kaylan and enjoyed watching them playing rugby. Korey plays for Vardre youth and Kaylan Bonymaen under-13s. He will be missed so much by his family.”

Inquests are yet to be held into the deaths of the two men as the coroner is still awaiting information meaning no date for the hearings have been set.