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Essex: Train delays after vehicle hits bridge

13:11 31 March 2014

Services were delayed for up to 15 minutes between 12.20pm and 12.50pm following the collision between Manningtree and Mistley.

Services were delayed for up to 15 minutes between 12.20pm and 12.50pm following the collision between Manningtree and Mistley.

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Trains in north-east Essex are returning to a normal service after a vehicle crashed into a bridge.

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Services were delayed for up to 15 minutes between 12.20pm and 12.50pm following the collision between Manningtree and Mistley.

A Greater Anglia spokesman said services have now returned to normal.

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