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Six Mile Bottom: Crash victim named as Shelley Davis

22:19 18 December 2012

The woman who died in a crash at Six Mile Bottom has been named

The woman who died in a crash at Six Mile Bottom has been named

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A WOMAN who died in a two-car crash near Cambridgeshire’s border with Suffolk yesterday has been named.

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Shelley Davis, 30, of Chandler’s Court, Burwell, was pronounced dead after her Vauxhall Corsa collided with a Renault Clio that was being driven by a 66-year-old woman from Balsham at 1.25pm.

She suffered a serious injury and was taken to Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge but was later released.

Anyone with information about the crash should call the collision investigation unit on 101.

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