A woman has died following a crash on the A390 at Hewas Water, St Austell, last night.
Emergency services were called just after 9.45pm on Sunday 25 June a collision involving a black Vauxhall Vectra Saloon car.
As a result the passenger in the car, a woman in her forties, was pronounced dead at the scene. The male driver was taken to Treliske Hospital where he remains with serious injuries.
The car was travelling from St Austell towards Truro and left the road before colliding with 22 parked cars parked on the garage forecourt of Andrew Toms Cars.
The road was closed for eight hours while officers carried out an examination of the scene.
Police are appealing for witnesses and want to speak to anyone who witnessed the manner of driving of a black coloured Vauxhall Vectra in the Hewas Water area that evening or anyone who stopped at the scene.
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