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Glynn Valley Crash

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4:48pm 9th November 2012

The Air Ambulance was scrambled on Friday lunchtime to a pile-up on one of Cornwall's busiest roads.

At least one person has been hurt after a lorry and two other vehicles hit near Halfway House in the Glyn Valley.

The crash shut the A38.

4:48pm 9th November 2012

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