Coach driver being questioned in Launceston

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.

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Inquests open into Looe coach crash victims

Inquests have been opened and adjourned into the deaths of two women killed in a coach crash near Looe. Margaret Luxton and Carol Muldoon from Exmouth died in the accident on 13 May.