A man has died after his car reversed over a cliff.
A search and rescue helicopter was dispatched yesterday afternoon after emergency services were called to Portreath beach.
Police say the man who is local to the area died at the scene:
On request from Devon and Cornwall Police, fire and rescue resources from Tolvaddon and Bodmin were mobilised to an incident at Lighthouse Hill.
Once on scene it was realised that the crews could not assist.
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They arrived to find a truck wedged underneath an iron bridge.
It appears the red vehicle struck the iron bridge on the old A30 at Roche.