Lorry hits notorious Hull railway bridge causing…

Lorry hits notorious Hull railway bridge causing delays
2020-11-11 07:47:00
Drivers heading across Hull on their morning commute faced delays after a lorry hit a bridge in the east of the city. The HGV struck the railway bridge in Stoneferry Road. As of 7am, traffic was reportedly “coping well”, however the partial blockage was expected to cause delays going forward. It is understood one side of the A1033 was closed but it reopened at around 8.30am. An update provided by traffic management system Inrix read: “A1033 Stoneferry Road partially blocked due to debris on road and bridge struck by vehicle near Woodhall Street. Traffic is coping well. “After a lorry has hit the railway bridge lots of debris from the crash is on the road.” All the latest on the situation and any delays can be found in the live blog below.08:36Road now clearedThe A1033 has now cleared after the earlier accident caused by a lorry hitting a railway bridge.08:20Road remains partially blockedStoneferry Road is still partially blocked as a result of debris in the road caused by the lorry hitting the railway bridge.07:40La
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