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A TRUCK was believed to have hit the rail bridge on Old Bowral Road, Mittagong, causing delays for trains between Moss Vale and Campbeltown.
Trains on the Southern Highlands Line have been part suspended in both directions due to emergency bridge repairs.
A shuttle train service will now operate in both directions between Picton and Campbelltown, and buses will replace trains between Moss Vale and Picton.
Passengers should consider making alternative arrangements or expect delays and allow additional travel time.
All resources have been deployed to minimise further delays to passengers.
It is believed that the driver of the truck did not stay at the scene of the incident.
The bridge has a 3.7m height limit.
This article first appeared on www.southernhighlandnews.com.au
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