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A30 crash - woman critically injured

By mwill  |  Posted: October 27, 2012

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A woman is in hospital with critical injuries following a crash on the A30 on Friday evening.

The crash, which occurred at Roseworthy, near Camborne, involved three cars and a motorcycle. The woman was cut from the wreckage by firefighters using rescue equipment. She has suffered chest injuries which police describe as "life threatening".

The road was closed for 14 hours but has since re-opened.

Police are now investigating the cause of the incident and are appealing for information. Anyone who saw the collision or might have other details is requested to contact Devon & Cornwall Police on 101 quoting log reference 682 of 26 October.

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  • buzzzz  |  October 28 2012, 11:21PM

    I really hope all concerned make a full recovery. How long will it be until that stretch of road is seriously looked at and extra traffic slowing methods are put in place. 90% of drivers slow for the cameras then stick their foot to the floor once they have driven past. Loads have passed me in a flash when I have been doing 60 or so on that road. Best thing to do imo is have a camera at either end of the dip and measure average speeds along with a speed limit of 50/55 all the way through.

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