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12:12pm 18th October 2012

A Cornish policeman who crawled into a burning building on Boxing Day will be handed a bravery award.

PC Gareth Hawken wanted to check that no-one was left inside the residential home in St Austell.

He is being given the recognition by the Home Secretary on Thursday afternoon.

12:12pm 18th October 2012

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