Video: Railway line open after vehicle strikes a bridge in Bacton
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The railway line between Norwich and London is now open after a lorry hit a bridge earlier today.
Delays were caused to Greater Anglia services after the roof of the lorry struck the underside of the bridge.
It happened where the line goes over Pound Lane in Bacton shortly before 1pm.
A car is also thought to have collided with the back of the lorry.
A spokesman for Suffolk police said there were no reports of any injuries.
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National Rail examined the bridge for damage before opening it again around 3.20pm.
As well as these delays there are also issues with services between Ipswich and Cambridge because of signalling problems.
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