Norfolk

Lorry hits railway bridge in North Walsham

Lorry hit a bridge in North Walsham Image copyright Network Rail
Image caption The road was blocked by the lorry, which struck the bridge at about 09:20

A lorry became stuck after hitting a railway bridge in Norfolk.

The top of the vehicle struck the bridge on the A149 Cromer Road, North Walsham, at about 09:20 BST.

Engineers from Network Rail were called to assess the damage to the bridge and trains were temporarily prevented from using it.

Abellio Greater Anglia said normal service was resumed at 10:47, after the lorry had been removed. Trains were delayed by up to 10 minutes.

The road was also closed in November when a lorry hit the bridge.

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