Lorry stuck under railway bridge in Camden
Commuters are being warned of delays on the Overground line
A LORRY is stuck under a railway bridge in Camden.
London Fire Brigade were called at 3.38pm to Randolph Street and have two fire engines and a fire rescue unit on scene.
A 32-tonne tip lorry carrying seven tonnes of scrap metal is stuck under the railway bridge, said an LFB spokeswoman. No one has been injured.
She added: “Crews are cutting the scrap metal to free the lorry.”
Transport for London said Network Rail have allowed services to start again but it will take a short while for London Overground services to return to normal.
Commuters are being warned of “severe delays” on the Overground this evening between Camden Road and Stratford and Richmond / Clapham Junction.