Cornwall news Person cut free from car as crash closes main Cornish road UK news
MetiNews.Com - Fierfighters cut person from wreckage as debris strewn all over the A387, the main route to Looe
Breaking News ! A casualty was rescued from an overturned vehicle in a crash which closed a major road in Cornwall early today. The accident happened just after 4am on the A387, the main route to Looe, at Hessenford. Crews from Looe, Liskeard and a specialist appliance from Bodmin attended, supervised by a senior officer. Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service said that firefighters used crash rescue equipment to release the person from the vehicle. Traffic website Inrix reports that the road was closed for about three hours this morning as debris was cleared from the road. Police and ambulance also attended the crash, which is thought to have involved a single vehicle. The road was closed from the Polbathic on the A374 to The Copley Arms in Hessenford.
.30am, according to Inrix. You can stay up to date on the top news and events near you with CornwallLive’s FREE newsletters – find out more about our range of daily and weekly bulletins and sign up here or enter your email address at the top of the page. A statement from Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service said: "At 4.14am critical control received a call from the police requesting assistance at a single vehicle road traffic collision near to Hessenford. "Crews from Looe, Liskeard and a specialist crash rescue tender from Bodmin along with a wholetime officer were mobilised to the incident. "On arrival crews used crash rescue equipment to release the person from the vehicle, police and ambulance were in attendance."
Source = MetiNews.Com - Cornwall