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Needham: Van wedged beneath railway bridge at Needham Lake

16:24 16 July 2014

Van collides with bridge at Needham Lake

Van collides with bridge at Needham Lake

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A van has been wedged beneath a bridge at Needham Lake.

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The van collided with the railway bridge at 2.20pm this afternoon on the Coddenham Road.

Police have now left the scene and no serious injuries have been reported.

The bridge is being checked by National Rail.

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  • Massive disruption to the region's railways all because of some idiot motorist. It's about time these people were billed for the cost to the railway and its passengers.

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    beerlover

    Thursday, July 17, 2014

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