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The driver of a coach, which crashed in the Looe area on Tuesday killing two elderly women has been released on police bail until August.
The 57 year old was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.
The driver of a coach that crashed killing two women continues to be questioned on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.
One woman died at the scene while a second woman was taken by air ambulance to Derriford Hospital in Plymouth but was pronounced dead on arrival, police said.
A woman who lives in the nearby village of No Man's Land, said she had been told the coach had been taking pensioners on a trip to Looe when it crashed near the Snooty Fox country hotel.
Mrs Roberta Powley said:
I think they were all OAPs on a trip. They were heading down to Looe. They have opened up what used to be the Memorial Hall in Morval and giving them tea and coffee.
I was told the coach crashed at the Snooty Fox, and that is up a very steep hill going down into Looe.
Two women passengers have died and seven others have been seriously injured after a coach ploughed into a hedge and crashed near Looe.
The driver of the coach, which was carrying passengers aged 60 and over from Exmouth, has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.
Insp Andrew Hamilton from Devon and Cornwall Police's Serious Collisions Unit says investigations are taking place to find out exactly what happened.
Devon & Cornwall Police have confirmed the driver of the coach which crashed near Looe has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.
The vehicle, which was carrying passengers aged 60 and over, crashed into a hedge on the A387 at Morval, near Looe in Cornwall, at around 1pm.
Two people died in the accident and seven passengers were critically injured.
The Devon and Cornwall Police have confirmed that there has been a second fatality from the coach crash in Looe, Cornwall.
The South Western Ambulance Service has assessed 13 casualties from the coach crash near Looe in Cornwall, according to a statement on their website.
The Plymouth Herald have tweeted this picture, reportedly of the scene of the serious coach crash in Cornwall that has left at least one dead.
The Derriford Hospital in Plymouth has declared a major incident, according to its official Twitter feed.
We've called a major incident following the collision in Looe. Our major incident plan kicking in as it should.
The South West Ambulance Service is also attending the crash.