News – Serious injuries after 'wet weather crash' on A390

Published by Emma Carton at 10:09am 27th November 2019. (Updated at 4:44pm 27th November 2019) Archive photo of air ambulance at scene of crash: Alliance Roads Policing Team Police say the casualty was trapped after three vehicles collided near the roundabout at Probus.

A van, a car and a pick-up truck were all involved just after 9am on Wednesday morning. One passenger has been airlifted to hospital by the Cornwall Air Ambulance. They suffered injuries to their leg and pelvis and the road was left closed for hours.

“Police and ambulance were called just after 9am today (27th November) following a multi-vehicle collision on the A390, close to Trewithen roundabout, Truro

“One man was trapped in a vehicle and has sustained serious injuries. “The road is closed in both directions. “The air ambulance has been called”.

Devon and Cornwall Police They later added: “It was three vehicles – a van, car and a pick-up truck. “One man, the passenger in the van, was airlifted to hospital with leg and pelvic injuries.

Not described as life-changing or threatening. “Road remains closed at this time with traffic being directed through Probus. “Recovery is on scene now.”

Inrix Traffic and Travel was reporting ‘severe’ levels of surface water in both directions first thing on Wednesday.

The stretch between the junction for the A3078 and the Trewithen roundabout has now reopened.

It follows an earlier multi-vehicle crash on the A30 near Indian Queens, that has left one person injured: Read more.

You can check the latest traffic and travel information for Cornwall here.

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