Glasgow trains had been cancelled earlier right now after a lorry struck a bridge and fell onto its facet.
Commuters travelling between Glasgow Central and Neilston had been advised that companies weren’t operating after the HGV hit a bridge between Muirend and Kingspark.
The overturned lorry brought on delays each on the monitor and the highway.
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Engineers had been referred to as to look at the bridge for a number of hours to make sure that it was protected to reopen.
Community Rail tweeted: “A big automobile has struck a bridge between Muirend and Kings Park. We have closed the road between Glasgow Central and Neilston till we could be positive the bridge is protected for trains to cross.”
The bridge has now been reopened, however prospects have been warned there may nonetheless be delays.
A tweet from ScotRail stated: “UPDATE: The bridge has been inspected and it’s protected for us to renew companies. Practice companies should be topic to delay, revision or cancellation as we concentrate on getting trains/crew again into place.”
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