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Tributes After Looe Coach Crash
3:01pm 30th May 2014
The family of a grandma who died in the Looe coach crash say their hearts have been broken.
68 year old Carol Muldoon was on a day out with around fifty others when the bus ran out of control at Morval.
An inquest has opened and adjourned after she and 61 year old Margaret Luxton lost their lives.
Her family said: "Our hearts have been broken by the loss of our vivacious mother and grandmother, who made us and those around her laugh more than anyone else in the world. We take comfort, however, in the knowledge that her last years and moments were spent in the arms of John, undoubtedly the love of her life."
A 57 year old bus driver is out on bail.
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