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Children Caught In School Bus Crash
10:49am 27th March 2014
A school bus and car have crashed near St Columb.
The children onboard have escaped shaken - but with a couple of cuts and bruises.
It happened as the single decker drove youngsters to Treviglas in Newquay on the A3059 this morning.
The car is a Ford Fiesta, registered in Wadebridge. Its driver was left with a minor wrist injury.
Paramedics treated the six children with minor injuries at a nearby school.
They have continued onto school using alternative transport.10:49am 27th March 2014
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