Staff at Falmouth docks have been evacuated after a crane collapsed this morning.
Emergency services were called just after 9am today, Wednesday 10 May, and a 200m exclusion zone has been put in place.
Police say there have been no reports of any injuries.
Emergency services have declared it a major incident and the yard and properties nearby have been evacuated.
Cliff Road is expected to remain closed to the public for the rest of the day.
Crane at A&P Falmouth just collapsed on RFA Tidespring in drydock.
Enormous bang & sirens sounding. Hope no casualties. Fortunately RFA Tidespring undamaged - crane collapsed on the dockside.
Assume no injuries but yard evacuated.
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