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Occupants "Very Lucky" To Escape Crash
8:05am 9th June 2014
Five lads have scrambled free from their car after it overturned near Launceston.
Fire crews were scrambled to the A30 at Pennygillam last night.
They say the people inside are "very lucky."
A spokesperson for Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service said: "One appliance from Launceston Fire Station and the rescue tender from Bodmin Fire Station were mobilised to a report of a road traffic collison with persons trapped.
"The occupants were released prior to the crews arrival. The fire service then proceeded to make the scene safe. Police and ambulance were in attendance and the incident was left with the police."8:05am 9th June 2014
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