Drivers stranded for 12 hours as heavy snow hit Cornwall | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Drivers stranded for 12 hours as heavy snow hit Cornwall

Drivers were stranded for 12 and a half hours, a bus carrying 26 school children was rescued and hundreds of cars were abandoned on Thursday night as heavy snow hit Cornwall.

Six inches of snow reportedly fell in 45 minutes, causing travel disruption on the A30 and A39 near Bodmin, Cornwall.

A school bus which became stuck on the A39 was rescued by local police and fire brigade crews, who ferried the children to safety in 4x4s.

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