A huge fire which broke out at the start of the month and could be seen from across Cornwall is not being treated as suspicious.Read the full story ›
Firefighters have successfully put out a giant fire at a recycling plant that caused mass disruption in Cornwall. Crews were called to the recycling yard next to St Erth station just after 8pm on Monday 8 August.
The owners of a recycling firm at St Erth, which has been burning all week, have thanked emergency crews and the communityRead the full story ›
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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Crews are still fighting a huge fire at St Erth in Cornwall, which has caused major problems on rail and roads this morningRead the full story ›
Firefighters are dealing with a "significant" fire at St Erth recycling centre. Smoke could be seen for miles across Cornwall.Read the full story ›
Police are concerned for the welfare of 71-year-old Eugene Evans, who is missing from Hayle, Cornwall.
Mr Evans is described as white, 6ft tall, of slim build with light coloured hair and a receding hairline.
Until recently he had dread locks but he is believed to have cut them off.
He was reported missing from his home in St Erth yesterday (24 November).
Family have not seen him since the weekend.
The family of a woman from West Cornwall, who's been missing for four months, have renewed their appeal to find her.
Meryl Cameron went missing from her home in Canonstown, near Hayle, in March and police are keen to trace her movements around Good Friday.
Her Renault Megane car was found at Hells Mouth on the B3301 on the morning of Saturday 30th March.
The family of a woman from Cornwall, who's been missing since Easter, have made a heartfelt appeal to help find her. Meryl Cameron was last seen at her home near Hayle - her car was found abandoned at a nearby beauty spot.