A spokesperson from Devon and Cornwall Police said: “Police were informed that at around 9:50am, an estate car had left the road and gone over the bank onto Porth Beach, Newquay.
“The driver, a man in his 40s, and his passenger, a man in his 70s, suffered injuries and remained in their car until emergency services arrived.
“Coastguard, police, fire and ambulance all attended. Both men have since been removed from the car.
“One man has been airlifted to hospital with head, back and neck injuries. The was other taken to Treliske by ambulance.
“Their injuries are not thought to be life-threatening. The vehicle will be removed from the area shortly”.
It is believed to have left the road at Porth on Wednesday morning.
One man has been airlifted to hospital with suspected head, back and neck injuries.
Another has been taken to Treliske by ambulance, but their injuries are not thought to be life-threatening.
The driver and passenger were trapped just before 10am, but firefighters managed to cut them free.
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