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Biker Dies After Crash

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10:40am 5th March 2012

A biker has died after a crash in Bugle.

It happened after 46 year old rider Peter Ringrose and a bus collided on Saturday evening.

Police want to hear from anyone who might have seen something on Roche Road.

10:40am 5th March 2012

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