Cornwall firefighters have been working to put out a double decker bus fire near Zoar.
Crews from Helson, Mullion and St Keverne were called as large smoke plumes could be seen from across the Peninsula.
It's understood nobody has been hurt.
The B3293 has been blocked by the burnt out vehicle as emergency services work to remove the remains.
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