Train delays after lorry hit bridge

12:36 23 February 2012




TRAIN delays were caused this morning (Thursday) after a lorry hit a bridge close to Baldock station.

The incident happened at about 6.25am and trains were halted in both directions for safety reasons.

An engineer assessed the bridge and found no damage.

The trains were running as normal by 9.40am.


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