Tributes for refinery blast victims
Tributes have been paid to the four people killed in a blast that ripped through an oil refinery.
Julie Jones, a 54-year-old grandmother from Pembroke; Dennis Riley, 52, a grandfather from Milford Haven; Robert Broome, 48, a father of seven from Milford Haven and Andrew Jenkins, 33, a father of young twins from Milford Haven were killed in the Chevron explosion on Thursday.
Dyfed Powys Police said a fifth person is in a critical but stable condition in hospital, but did not release their name.
Father-of-two Mr Riley had just celebrated becoming a grandfather for the second time when he was tragically killed.
According to reports the ex semi-professional footballer's son and daughter-in-law had given birth to a baby boy seven weeks ago, while his daughter already has a girl aged two.
His son Lee, 28, said: "He was still celebrating having a grandson. He was the best grandad in the world as well as being the best father, the best husband and the best friend anyone could have. He'd do anything for anybody. Everyone around here knew and loved him."
A joint police and Health and Safety Executive investigation is being carried out into the blast after it tore through the refinery in Pembroke Dock, south Wales.
Maintenance work had been carried out on a 730 cubic metre storage tank which exploded at about 6.20pm on Thursday, damaging an adjacent vessel.
Detective Chief Inspector Martin Davies, the senior investigating officer, said family liaison officers made contact with each family's next of kin as soon as the dead were identified.
He added Chevron was urged not to directly contact the victims' families in the immediate aftermath of the incident. He said the request was to be withdrawn, and the company will be able to get in touch with the families.