Lorry crashes into traffic lights on Ber Street in Norwich - and drives off

The redundant pedestrian crossing traffic light that was struck by a lorry driver on Saturday mornin

The redundant pedestrian crossing traffic light that was struck by a lorry driver on Saturday morning. Photo : Steve Adams - Credit: Steve Adams

A lorry crashed into a traffic light and metal fence in Norwich city centre on Saturday morning, and then drove off.

The redundant pedestrian crossing traffic light that was struck by a lorry driver on Saturday mornin

The redundant pedestrian crossing traffic light that was struck by a lorry driver on Saturday morning. Photo : Steve Adams - Credit: Steve Adams

The vehicle was travelling along Ber Street outside John Lewis when it struck the newly installed traffic light on the Golden Ball Street junction.

It happened at around 9am.

The redundant pedestrian crossing traffic light that was struck by a lorry driver on Saturday mornin

The redundant pedestrian crossing traffic light that was struck by a lorry driver on Saturday morning. Photo : Steve Adams - Credit: Steve Adams

The driver got out of the vehicle but then got back in again and drove off.


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