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Family Pay Tribute To Crash Victim

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Published by the Pirate FM News Team at 7:06am 13th June 2013

Tributes are being paid to a Penzance man, killed in a crash in Newquay.

It is after a car smashed into a tree on Tregunnel Hill in the early hours of Saturday morning.

Tom Robins was rushed to Treliske but doctors could not save him.

The 27 year old's family said: "When we lose a loved one and sorrow fills our hearts, comfort comes in memories that will never depart. No matter how life changes no matter what we do, a special place within our hearts will always be kept for you."

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