A sheep farmer says he was given no help to move his stock when the marquee containing 1200 sheep was evacuated at the Royal Cornwall Show.
He said he was absolutely terrified as gale force winds tore big holes in the marquee.
Show organisers disputed the claim and said every help was given.
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