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Thousands of travellers have faced a day of disruption in Cornwall as roads and rail lines have been closed by a huge black cloud of smoke from burning tyres.
Here are the affected lines:
- No service on CrossCountry between St Erth and Penzance. Tickets being accepted on Great Western Railway services.
- Passengers may alternatively use bus routes 14,17 and 18. Services between Truro and Plymouth are not affected.
- Replacement bus service running on Great Western Railway between St Erth and St Ives (Cornwall), and between St Erth and Penzance.
Cornwall Fire and Rescue service are continuing to tackle a fire in St Erth which broke out at a recycling plant last night. Multiple agencies on site have been working together to tackle the blaze.
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