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7:43am 4th April 2012
(Updated 7:43am 4th April 2012)

Three children are among a family of five evacuated from their home in Saltash, after a carbon monoxide scare.

They were complaining of headaches and feeling sick in Liskeard Road.

Crews from Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service were scrambled last night.

7:43am 4th April 2012

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