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Cornish Farmer Dies in Crash
10:15am 29th October 2012
A Cornish farmer has died died in a crash near St Day.
It happened as 67 year old Kelvin Bailey and a Honda car collided as he crossed his cattle over a country lane in Cusgarne on Saturday morning.
His family described him as a 'larger than life character' who will be greatly missed by his wife, relations and many, many friends.
Police are appealing for any witnesses to the incident and ask that they contact them on 101 quoting police reference 0286 271012.
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