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Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward after three people were seriously injured in a car crash in Penzance.
It happened on Penzance Road in Pendeen on Saturday 25 June.
A silver coloured Honda Civic containing a 49 year old local female occupant was travelling away from Pendeen and for reasons yet to be established has strayed in to the opposite carriageway and collided with a red Peugeot 106 containing a 42 year old local female driver and a 69 year old male front seat passenger.
All three people were seriously injured. Both drivers were taken to Derriford Hospital, one by air ambulance.
The front seat passenger of the Peugeot is currently being treated at Treliske Hospital.
Can you help?
Police from the Serious Collisions Investigation Team are appealing for witnesses to this incident to contact them on 101 quoting log number 647 of the 25th June 2016.
A number of colourful parades have wound through the centre of Penzance for the Mazey Day celebrations, which form part of the Golowan festival.
It celebrates the arrival of mid summer and is one of the biggest street events in the South West.
Organisers say it's a colourful community festival which blends Cornish tradition with contemporary imagery and ritual celebrating the traditional Feast of St John. Golowan.
One of the favourites was the parade involving children from schools in the area as well as local musicians.