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Wadebridge Fatal Crash

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7:18am 2nd April 2014

Cornwall's roads have claimed another life.

A pensioner from St Teath has died after a crash near Wadebridge.

It happened when the 83 year old's car and another hit on the A39.

Her family has been told.

Another woman was airlifted to Derriford with serious injuries after it happened on Tuesday afternoon.

Anyone witnessing the collision is asked to please call police on 101 quoting ref 401 of April 1.

7:18am 2nd April 2014

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