Lorry driver uninjured during crash with railway bridge in Bramford
Trains are running as normal after a container lorry crashed into a railway bridge in Bramford this morning.
Suffolk Constabulary was alerted to the collision in Ship Lane at 6.57am.
A police spokesman said the lorry struck the bridge and then the driver reversed away uninjured.
The bridge was not damaged during the crash, the spokesman added.
Rail services passing through Ipswich and Needham Market were delayed until around 8am.
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Ship Lane was blocked for motorists between the Paper Mill Lane junction and the Fitzgerald Road junction.
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