Investigation underway after car fell onto tracks at Norwich train station
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An investigation has been launched into how a car ended up on part of the train tracks at Norwich station.
The incident happened yesterday morning when the silver car came off the platform and onto some unused tracks.
A Greater Anglia spokesperson said: 'We are currently investigating how the car came to be on the tracks at Norwich.
'It happened on a section of track which is not used for in-service passenger trains, and services will not be affected by this incident.'
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Although the incident was not related to Storm Doris, Greater Anglia were unable to provide any further information regarding their investigation this morning as they focus their efforts on restoring services across the region in the wake of yesterday's weather bomb.
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UPDATE: A Greater Anglia spokesperson has confirmed that the car was removed from the track yesterday afternoon and there was no damage to the track.