Police in attendance after B&M lorry strikes railway bridge in Perth

Police were called to a street in Perth after a B&M lorry struck a railway bridge this afternoon.

The incident at the bridge in Tay Street happened at around 3.40pm. Police officers attended but there are no reports of any injuries.

A Police Scotland spokesperson confirmed that officers were still at the crash site: “Around 3.50pm, police were called to the Tay Street area of Perth following a report of a lorry colliding with a bridge. Officers remain at the scene.”

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The incident at the bridge in Tay Street happened at around 3.40pm. Police officers attended but there are no reports of any injuries. Pic: Michael Gillen

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The incident at the bridge in Tay Street happened at around 3.40pm. Police officers attended but there are no reports of any injuries. Pic: Michael Gillen