Drunk motorhome driver arrested after crashing

A man has been arrested on suspicion of drink driving after his motorhome overturned in Cornwall yesterday evening (April 26).

The A394 was closed for more than an hour between the B3297 Falmouth Road and Pasmore Road as a result of the incident.

The crash was first reported at around 7pm and the road reopened at around 8.15pm.

Nobody was injured in the incident and the driver was arrested and taking into custody.

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Devon and Cornwall Roads Policing Team shared a picture of the overturned vehicle on social media during the early hours of this morning.

The post on Twitter read: "This driver got it a tad wrong in their new motor home…. Luckily no one was hurt. one arrested and in custody."

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