Tribute paid following death on the A39, Penryn
Cameron Grieve died on 16 May
Tribute has been paid to 41-year-old Cameron Grieve, from Penryn, has died of his injuries after being involved in a collision on the A39 at Penryn last month.
Emergency services were called at 4.20am on Saturday 14 April after the man was struck by a Volkswagen Golf near Asda on the Penryn bypass.
Cameron sustained life-threatening injuries and remained in hospital since the collision. He died on Wednesday 16 May at Derriford Hospital.
His family paid the following tribute: “A much loved son, brother, uncle, family member and friend, Cam was always quick with a joke and a laugh.
“He loved travel and adventure, but had found his home looking out over the marina in Falmouth.
“He will be greatly missed by all that knew him.”
Officers are continuing to investigate the collision and the female driver is assisting police with their enquiries.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police via firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 101, quoting log number 142 of 14/04/18.
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