The A39 in Cornwall is closed in both directions between Penryn and Devoran.
The closure comes into effect at the B3292 (Treluswell Roundabout) and is causing congestion on the A39 to the A394.
It's after an accident involving two vehicles early this morning (4 November). The road closure is expected to last until midday.
The head of a school in Cornwall has apologised after an email containing students' personal information was sent to a thousand pupils.
Penryn College sent the email before the Easter Weekend. It also reached some parents and a local newspaper.
The error has been reported to the Data Protection Agency.
Four people have been seriously injured in three separate crashes in Cornwall this morning. The A394 at Rame Cross near Penryn is still closed while police investigate a serious crash between two vehicles at 8am.
Police say there were two casualties with serious or life threatening injuries. Near Helston two cars collided on the B3297 at Burras Wendon. One person was treated for back and neck injuries.
And one man has been taken to Treliske Hospital with serious leg injuries after coming off his motorbike on Bassett Road near Redruth.
A 61-year-old woman from Penryn was one of two people who died in an accident on the B3292 at Treluswell on Wednesday.
A man from Truro was also killed.
His age is unknown.
Another man, as also from Penryn, suffered serious injuries and was airlifted to Treliske.
The driver of the lorry involved suffered minor scrapes and was treated at the scene by ambulance staff.
The victims have not yet been named.
Police Officers from Devon and Somerset used CS spray to break up a playground fight between parents at an infant school in Cornwall - in front of pupils.
They were called to Penryn Infant School following reports of a dispute between two mothers on the premises earlier in the day.
As children waited to be collected, people related to the women began "behaving in a disorderly way", according to Police.
Those involved in the incident have been banned from both the infant school and neighbouring junior school until the end of term in July.
British Transport Police are appealing for information after a staff member was verbally abused by a group of youths at Penryn Station in Cornwall at around 10:25pm on Saturday 9 March.
The member of staff had asked the group to show their tickets when they became abusive and swore at him. Police believe the group were drunk.
Cornwall can now boast its own university after the Government gave the go ahead for Falmouth College to be upgraded.
Over the last ten years student numbers have tripled to more than 4,000. More than £100 million has been invested at two campuses in Falmouth and Penryn.