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Motorists and rail passengers faced delays early this afternoon after a truck became stuck under a rail bridge in Woolloongabba.
The incident blocked the left lane on Logan Rd inbound and caused minor delays to trains on the Cleveland line.
Video footage shows the truck firmly wedged under the bridge, with the truck also appearing to have buckled under the pressure.
A truck has become stuck under a rail bridge on Logan Road in Woolloongabba. Picture: 7 News Brisbane
A spokeswoman from Queensland Rail said the incident occurred about 12:27pm.
“All rail services resumed at a restricted speed about 12:50pm,” she said.
“Up to 18 services were impacted between 12:27pm and 1:55pm - when the truck was eventually removed.”
This article first appeared on www.couriermail.com.au
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