Saturday 18th of July 2020 01:15:47 PM
Cornwall Live has reported a driver’s lucky escape after their car flipped onto its roof the A39 at Kilkhampton, near The London Inn, at around 8.50am today.
Luckily, the driver escaped unhurt but the road was blocked for some time while a recovery vehicle was organised.
Only one vehicle was involved in the incident.
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