Emergency services received a call this morning stating that a lorry and a car had been in a collision at the junction of the A39 and King’s Hill, Bude. One fire appliance from Bude was mobilised at around 10.50.
On arrival, the crew proceeded to make the vehicles and scene safe.
One casualty was treated by Fire & Rescue personnel until the arrival of ambulance services.
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