Investigations are continuing in Cornwall after an elderly woman was killed when the car she was in rolled into a river from a ferry slipway.
The vehicle was waiting to board the King Harry Ferry from the Roseland side of the River Fal when it came off the slipway yesterday afternoon. Two dogs that were in the car at the time also died.
Services at the crossing were suspended after the incident but resumed this morning.
A spokesperson for the ferry company has said their thoughts are with the friends and family of everyone involved in the tragedy.
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