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5:58am 19th December 2014

Ten firefighters have cut free a person free after a three car pile-up on the A30.

It happened on Thursday evening at Chybucca.

Teams had to take off the roof and a door of the car so paramedics could treat them.

A spokesperson for Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service said: "At 18:29 a call was received to a three vehicle road traffic collision on the A30 Perranporth junction at Chybucca.

"Ten firefighters from Truro and Perranporth were mobilised to the scene along with five in a rescue tender from Camborne.

"On arrival crews used crash rescue equipment to remove the roof and door of a car to release one trapped casualty.

"Once released the casualty was left in the care of ambulance crews and firefighters made the vehicles safe."

5:58am 19th December 2014

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