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Car Accident Hoax
2:02pm 5th April 2013
A Callington woman has told Pirate FM she was left stunned and sickened after a hoax caller told her a family member had been in a car crash.
Avril Reid hung up the call and called police to check if it was true.
She says other members of her family have been targeted too: "My whole body shook, my legs went, I felt sick. My kids are my life, oh, if anything happened to them, can you imagine? To put someone through that? I'm angry now just thinking about it. I can't understand why somebody would want to do that to somebody.
"My nan got a phone call. She's 92. Can you imagine how she felt? I am more aware now. If I hear this again I'll take a lot more notice and let's just say they probably won't get away without an ear bashing next time."
Hear Avril's full story here
You can get advice on how to deal with nuisance calls here.
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