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Pedestrian dies four days after Penryn crash

Pedestrian dies four days after Penryn crash

Published by Sarah Yeoman at 6:14am 17th April 2020.

A pedestrian has died four days after being caught in a crash near Penryn.

The man was in a collision with a car in the Treluswell area in the early hours of Easter Sunday.

He was rushed to hospital but sadly he could not be saved.

Police have confirmed that he passed away on Thursday and his family has been told.

Anyone who saw the crash or who has dashcam footage is being asked to contact officers.

"The male pedestrian involved in a road traffic collision near Penryn, Cornwall, has sadly died from his injuries.

"At approximately 12.40am on Sunday 12th April, police were informed of a road traffic collision on the B3292 at Lower Treluswell, Penryn, involving a silver Peugeot 206 and a male pedestrian.

"The pedestrian died in hospital today, Thursday 16th April. His next-of-kin have been informed."

Devon and Cornwall Police

Officers are appealing for witnesses of the collision, or anyone with dashcam footage, to call 101 or email 101@dc.police.uk, quoting Log 27 of 12/04/2020.

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