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Cornish Surfers Who Died at Mawgan Porth Named

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6:56am 29th October 2014
(Updated 6:56am 29th October 2014)

Two surfers who died after getting into difficulty at Mawgan Porth have been named.
 
Rachel Dunn, aged 42, and Kevin Reynolds, aged 44, were both from St Austell.
 
They were pulled from the water unconscious on Sunday after a group of seven appear to have got caught in a rip current.
 
Their families have requested that their privacy is respected at this difficult time.
 
The deaths are not being treated as suspicious by police who are investigating on behalf of the Coroner.
 
Officers were at Mawgan Porth Village Hall on Tuesday until 2pm to speak to shocked locals about what happened.
 
They asked for anyone who felt they may have information to call in and chat.
6:56am 29th October 2014

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