St Albans commuters experience delays after crane falls on train track

Part of the crane broke off from the back of the lorry and landed on the track

Part of the crane broke off from the back of the lorry and landed on the track

Archant

Commuters using the Abbey Flyer this morning (Monday) experienced delays of up to an hour after a crane fell onto the track.

A lorry crashed into a bridge on Balmoral Road near Watford North stationA lorry crashed into a bridge on Balmoral Road near Watford North station

A lorry crashed into a bridge on Balmoral Road near Watford North station, causing the crane on the back of the vehicle to fall onto the track at about 7.45am.

No one was injured, but one train from St Albans cancelled and another delayed following the incident.

The track was cleared at about 9am.

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