A30 Cornwall tractor crash victim named as George Baker

  • 6 December 2013
  • From the section Cornwall

A 95-year-old car driver who died in a crash with a tractor on the A30 in Cornwall has been named by police.

George Barker, from Hampshire, was driving a red Skoda Fabia towards Bodmin when it collided with a tractor and trailer near Launceston on Monday. He died as a result of his injuries.

The tractor and trailer overturned and its driver was seriously injured.

The road, near the Altarnun and Five Lanes junction, was closed for eight hours for a crash investigation.

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