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Part of Perranporth Beach Evacuated Over Cylinder Fears
4:08pm 28th September 2012
Parts of Perranporth beach were evacuated on Friday, over fears a large cylinder was leaking gas.
A bomb disposal team had to be called, after a dog walker spotted it and heard it hissing at Flat Rock.
Police set up a 100 metre cordon, which included the Watering Hole pub and some other nearby beachfront buildings.
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