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Cornwall coach crash: Passengers return to Exmouth

13 May 2014 Last updated at 21:34 BST

Passengers on board a coach that crashed in Cornwall have been reunited with relatives in Exmouth in Devon.

Two women died and 48 people were injured after the coach hit a hedge and wall near Looe.

Eight passengers, who were on the Age Concern trip from Exmouth, have been taken to hospital.

Enid Goldup, who was onboard and has been reunited with family, said there was "glass everywhere".

Police said the 57-year-old coach driver had been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.

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