Traffic returned to normal on A38 in both directions between B3271 and B3271 following Saltash tunnel closure.
A38 in both directions closed, slow traffic between B3271 and B3271.
The Saltash tunnel has been closed in both directions due to technical problems.
A 25-year-old man from Saltash is due before magistrates this morning charged after a teenager was stabbed in the town.
Police were called to Alamein Road at around 2pm on Tuesday 27 May. A 19-year-old man was taken to Derriford Hospital in Plymouth suffering from a number of stab wounds.
Andrew Barker is due before Bodmin Magistrates today, charged with attempted murder and possession of an offensive weapon.
Officers are continuing to investigate in the Alamein Road area would like to hear from any witnesses.
Hundreds of people took part in the festive lantern parade in Saltash over the weekend.
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Two men have died after their car lost control on the A38 at Saltash, Cornwall. It happened just before midnight last night. Police say no other vehicles were involved and next of kin have been told. The road was closed for most of the night.
It comes just days after a major five vehicle pile up on the same stretch of the A38.
Cornwall Council are holding meetings with the public in Saltash this morning to discuss budget cuts.
Last week they announced that 24 million pounds needs to be saved.
The cuts include more than 11 million pounds from adult social care, and a doubling of the charge to use Newquay Airport.
The discussions take place at Saltash Town Council's Guildhall from 10am.
More than 100 silk banners in all the colours of the rainbow will be unveiled to the public in the grounds of Mount Edgcumbe Country Park, Cornwall, today. The banners have been created by women from forces families and community groups in Saltash, Torpoint and Plymouth.
They mark the launch of a week-long art installation celebrating the region's maritime heritage and the vital support role played by the families of service personnel deployed abroad.
The iconic Celtic Cross which will dominate the skyline on the Cornish side of the Tamar Bridge has been placed in position. The intricate operation was carried out on Saturday night after the giant structure was transported by road from Newquay.
ITV West Country spoke to the project engineer Duncan Healey about the problems they faced.