A section of the A38 in Cornwall was closed this afternoon after a lorry, van and car crashed in the Glynn Valley area.
Police closed the road at the Two Waters Foot junction to allow the air ambulance to land following the crash which occurred near to the Halfway House at around 12.40pm
One man was cut free from the wreckage by firefighters after a white Ford Transit van, Ford Focus and Volvo HGV Lorry collided.
He was taken to Derriford Hospital in Plymouth with "not serious" injuries.
It is not known how many others were injured in the crash but police confirmed nobody sustained life-threatening injuries.
Traffic restrictions were in place from Cardinham and Dobwalls until the road was reopened at around 4pm.