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Parts of Cornwall wake up to even more snow

Parts of Cornwall wake up to even more snow

Published by Emma Carton at 8:35am 2nd February 2019. (Updated at 11:49am 2nd February 2019)

If you thought the snow chaos across Cornwall was over, think again.

Some areas of the Duchy have woken up to another covering of the white stuff.

It has sparked a spate of crashes across the Duchy, including TWO on the A390 at Lostwithiel.

Pirate FM has had reports of flurries and hail in St Austell, Stenalees, Blackwater, Four Lanes and the Lizard.

Conditions on some roads are being described as treacherous and a new ice warning has been issued.

There have already been reports of several crashes and hazardous driving conditions across Cornwall.

Drivers described the A30 between Roche and Bodmin as an ice rink and the A393 through Lanner is dicey because of snow.

A stretch of the A390 was closed in both directions first thing because of a collision and sheet ice.

Then just before 10.30am, reports of a SECOND crash in the area around Lostwithiel.

"A390 Liddicoat Road in both directions blocked due to accident and ice at Cott Road. Traffic is coping well.

"The blocked road is affecting traffic from Holmbush and Lostwithel".

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