A WOMAN died and a person was injured in mysterious circumstances after getting into the ocean in Devon this weekend, police stated yesterday.
It is not identified how the pair received into problem at Brixham cove – or how lengthy they’d been within the water after they have been found on Sunday.
The coastguard pulled the physique of the girl, in her 40s, from the water after being alerted by a member of the general public at 5:45am.
A person in his 60s was discovered significantly injured on rocks close by and was rushed to hospital in Plymouth the place he’s combating for all times.
The lady’s dying is being handled as unexplained however just isn’t regarded as suspicious, a Devon & Cornwall police assertion stated on Tuesday.
Her subsequent of kin have been knowledgeable and a file is being ready for the coroner, a spokesperson added.
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It is believed that the pair had been visiting from Huddersfield – and a canine they’d with them was discovered and put into kennels.
Police are interesting for witnesses to assist piece collectively what occurred.
Det Insp Daybreak Periam stated: “We’re persevering with to research the circumstances round this incident and our enquiries stay ongoing into when and the place these two folks entered the water.
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“The person and lady are believed to have been visiting Devon from Huddersfield collectively, with their canine who has been taken into the care of kennels.
“We’re eager to listen to from anybody who was within the space of Brixham Laboratory, Oxon Cove and Freshwater Quarry Automotive Park between 10pm on Saturday 10 August and 5.45am on Sunday 11 August.
“Anybody who witnessed the incident and anybody with info is requested to contact police on 101 quoting log 267 11 August.”
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