Four people are reported to have been injured, one seriously, after a crash between a car and pedestrians in Mylor Bridge. 

Emergency services were called to the village this morning, where the air ambulance also landed.

Police said there has been a collision between a car and three pedestrians in the Lemon Hill area.

One woman has been airlifted to Derriford Hospital with serious injuries.

Now police have given an update on her condition.

A spokesperson said: "The woman airlifted to hospital, aged in her 60s, suffered serious leg injures which are not believed to be life-threatening at this time."

He added that the driver of the car, an elderly man, was checked over by paramedics and required no further treatment, following earlier reports that he had been injured. 

Earlier police said: "Police and paramedics have been called to Mylor Bridge, Falmouth, following reports of a collision between a car and three pedestrians at around 10.20am.

"It is reported that there are four casualties, including the elderly male driver of the car."

A road closure was put in place, with motorists advised to avoid the area. This was lifted shortly before 4pm. 

  • Police have now issued an appeal with more details about the incident, which can be found here