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These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Image copyright Mark Cremin Image caption Sqn Ldr Daniel Cremin died in while flying at night over Cornwall A "very brave" young pilot died accidentally in a mid-air Spitfire crash during a wartime training exercise, a coroner has found.
His remains were found last year, when a metal detectorist uncovered fragments of bone in a field. An inquest in Truro found Sqn Ldr Cremin's death was accidental. Barrie van den Berg, assistant coroner for Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, described the inquest as "very interesting" and "unusual".
He said an inquiry at the time found Sgt Norman, who was also killed, had "misjudged" the distance between their planes and flown into the side of Sqn Ldr Cremin's. The inquest heard fragments of human pelvis, femur and ulna were found after metal detectorist Stuart Palmer dug down about 4ft 1.
His son Dr Mark Cremin was aged two and had only met his father once when he died. Dr Cremin, a retired University of Kent English lecturer from East Sussex, described the recent interment of his father's bones as an "important moment".
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