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Looe Coach Crash Company Stripped Of Licence

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Published by the Pirate FM News Team at 2:39pm 9th June 2014. (Updated at 5:11pm 9th June 2014)

The coach company involved in the Looe crash is to be stripped of its licence.

It is after an investigation by the Traffic Commissioner.

Camel Coaches were already under investigation by the regulator at the time of the incident.

Two pensioners died and four others were left seriously injured.

Now there are investigations into how the crash happened.

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