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St Austell High Street Crash

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3:44pm 1st February 2012

A driver has been airlifted to hospital after a crash in St Austell.

They had to be cut free after two cars hit on the High Street.

Crews were scrambled first thing.

Police are investigating.

3:44pm 1st February 2012

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