Lorry driver faces court action over railway bridge collision near Bury St Edmunds
A lorry driver faces court action after hitting a railway bridge near Bury St Edmunds.
The lorry became wedged underneath the bridge at Little Saxham, off Newmarket Road, at about 7.35am today (January 10).
The vehicle has since been removed but the bridge was damaged.
Trains are running at a reduced speed between Cambridge/Peterborough and Ipswich.
Disruption is expecteduntil 7.30pm today.
A Suffolk Police spokeswoman said the lorry driver was required to pay a roadside deposit and the matter will be dealt with in court in due course.
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