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Teen dies in head-on crash

By Jo Sampson 24th August 2016

Teen dies in head-on crash
BLACK SPOT: The A3082 at Polmear Hill

A NOTORIOUS black spot between Par and Fowey claimed the life of a teenage girl at the weekend. Six more people were injured when two cars hit head-on on the A3082 at Polmear Hill on Saturday night. Emergency services were scrambled to the scene just after 9.20pm. A Devon and Cornwall Police spokesman said: “A 17-year-old woman has...

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