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Glasgow Transportation Disruption as Lorry Collides with Bridge

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Travel in Glasgow was severely disrupted earlier today when a lorry struck a bridge in the Shettleston neighborhood of the city. Most trains that passed through Shettleston station were either delayed or canceled as a result of the collision.

The incident site, Carntynehall Road, was temporarily closed while officials examined the bridge for any damage. It has since been reopened to traffic, though.

Numerous ScotRail trains were impacted by the interruption, including the routes from Helensburgh Central to Edinburgh and Balloch to Airdrie. The event occurred at approximately 8:45 local time, and emergency services responded quickly.

Police Scotland reports that investigations into the incident are still underway, with the goal of figuring out how much damage was done. Drivers were thanked for their patience throughout the inconvenience by a police spokesperson.

The majority of ScotRail services along the impacted line have already resumed, despite the difficulties caused by the incident. The director of customer operations at ScotRail, Phil Campbell, underlined the importance of safety and the need to fully inspect the bridge prior to starting train operations again.

If their commutes were delayed by thirty minutes or longer, impacted commuters are invited to apply for compensation through ScotRail’s delay reimburse program.

The tragedy serves as a reminder of the significance of infrastructure safety as well as the possible effects such incidents may have on public transportation systems. To guarantee the seamless running of transportation services in the area, authorities are still putting up a lot of effort.

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