M5 near Worcester shut after lorry hits bridge
A stretch of the M5 near Worcester was closed in both directions after a lorry hit a bridge, said Highways England.
The crash happened at about 15:00 GMT in the central reservation between junction 7 for Worcester and junction 8 for M50.
A man in his 60s was taken to Worcestershire Royal Hospital with a leg injury, said West Midlands Ambulance Service.
The M5 north reopened with one lane closure at 17:50 GMT.
One lane of the southbound carriageway opened just after 18:20 GMT.
There were long tailback and diversions were put in place.
Frank Bird, West Midlands emergency planning officer for Highways England, said: "Obviously when we come to remove the lorry it's going to have to be a very delicate operation because it's resting up against the central support."