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Person Pulled from Water in Penryn
5:28am 1st December 2014
(Updated 5:28am 1st December 2014)
A woman has died after been pulled from the water at Penryn.
Emergency services were called to Anchor Quay near the bridge this morning.
A spokesman from Devon and Cornwall Police said:
"Police were called around 8am this morning, 28th November 2014, after reports that a body had been seen in the water near to Anchor Quay.
"Officers, along with the ambulance service, fire service and Coastguard attended and found a woman in the water.
"The woman was taken to the Royal Cornwall Hospital at Treliske where sadly she died.
"The woman was in her fifties and local to Penryn. Her family has been informed.
"The death is not being treated as suspicious and police are now investigating on behalf of the Coroner."5:28am 1st December 2014
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