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Penzance Crash Death

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5:38pm 22nd December 2011
(Updated 5:38pm 22nd December 2011)

A Penzance man has died after a crash on the A30.

It happened yesterday evening at Buryas Bridge.

59 year old Phillip Slimmon was taken to Treliske but doctors could not save him.

A 26 year old man has been arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving and released on bail.

5:38pm 22nd December 2011

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