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Arrest Over Death Of Fisherman's Friend Singer
6:06am 5th August 2014
A man is questioned on suspicion of the manslaughter of one of Port Isaac's Fisherman's Friends.
He is being held by police over the deaths of Trevor Grills - and the sea shanty group's tour manager Paul McMullen.
It happened as they got ready to perform at venue G-Live in Guildford in February 2013.
A metal door weighing four and a half tonnes fell on the pair.
Paul died at the scene, while Trevor lost his fight for life in hospital two days later.
Now a fifty-five year old man from Shropshire has been arrested on suspicion of manslaughter by gross negligence.
A spokesperson for Surrey Police said: "A 55-year-old man from the Bridgnorth area of Shropshire has been arrested today (Monday, 4 August) in connection with the investigation into the deaths of two men following an incident at the G Live theatre venue in Guildford last year.
"He was arrested on suspicion of manslaughter by gross negligence and is currently in custody."6:06am 5th August 2014
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