A person had to be cut free from their car this morning following a crash on the Lizard Peninsula.

Emergency services were called to Kuggar near Ruan Minor at around 8.20am, following reports of a two-vehicle collision.

Police said that a person in one of the cars had to be cut free by firefighters.

An ambulance was also called for two of the people involved.

The police have since given more details about the crash, saying one of the casualties who was taken to hospital was a pregnant woman.

She has since been discharged with a minor injury to her shoulder.

A man is being treated at hospital for suspected broken ribs.

The police spokesperson said: "Witnesses are asked to please call police on 101 quoting log 119 of March 25, 2020."

Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service confirmed that crews from Mullion, Tolvaddon and St Keverne stations are at what they call a "serious RTC".

A spokesperson said at the time: "Crews are using crash rescue equipment to release persons trapped.

"South Western Ambulance Service Trust and Devon and Cornwall Police are also in attendance."