The A14 Orwell Bridge in Suffolk has re-opened after it was closed for almost eleven hours because of the severe weather caused by storm Doris.
Highways England opened the bridge up at 8.40pm and said that safety is their 'top priority'. Decisions to close the bridge during high winds is always based on the safety of road users they said.
A girl is in hospital with life-threatening injuries after a section of school ceiling collapsed in Milton Keynes.Read the full story ›
Winds gusting at more than 80 miles an hour have left a trail of destruction across the East of England as Storm Doris swept through
The emergency services have responded to thousands of calls, including eleven people who were injured when a double decker bus was toppled by the wind near Wisbech.
Elsewhere a number of lorries were blown over, trees were uprooted and power cables brought down, leaving more than 40,000 without power.
Watch ITV News Anglia's coverage of Storm Doris
Storm Doris has swept into the Anglia region with 80 mph winds leaving a trail of destruction and disruption.Read the full story ›
Fenland Police have tweeted these pictures of a truck that blew off the A141 in high winds.
They say the driver was unhurt, even though the truck ended up in a field beside the road.
It's one of a number of accidents on the flat Fenland roads.
A huge tree has come down across the A1088 in Suffolk at Ixworth Thorpe.
Police tweeted this picture of it asking Suffolk Highways to make it a priority.
The tree is completely blocking the road.
Eleven people have had to be treated after a double decker bus blew over near Wisbech.
The East of England Ambulance Service was called to the scene at Lynn Road at 1.14pm after the X1 service blew over between West Walton and Walton Highway.
First Buses said they were withdrawing the Norwich to Peterborough service until the winds die down.
Four ambulances, two rapid response vehicles, an ambulance officer, and a medical response car from Magpas were sent to the scene.
Medics began to arrive within two minutes of the 999 call and assessed 15 patients at the scene.
Eight patients were taken to North Cambridgeshire minor injury unit in stable conditions, three were taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital with minor injuries and the remaining four were discharged at the scene.
No-one involved is believed to be in a serious or life-threatening condition.
Meanwhile in Norfolk, Sanders buses have taken all double deckers out of service for the rest of the day.
Train company Greater Anglia is warning passengers to not travel between London Liverpool Street and Stansted Airport and Cambridge because of storm damage.
Due to damage to the overhead electric wires between Bishops Stortford and Cambridge all lines are blocked.
Train services running through these stations have been cancelled. Disruption is expected until the end of the day.
The line is also blocked between Tottenham Hale and Cheshunt due to overhead wire problems.
Winds are continuing to strengthen across the Anglia region as a gust of more than 80mph was recorded on the north Norfolk coast.
The wind speed at Weybourne near Cromer reached 81 mph at 2pm.
There have been wind gusts of 50-70 mph widely across the East of England bringing down trees and power lines.
The winds have also blown over several lorries on the region's roads including one on the A1 at Brampton Hut in Cambridgeshire.
Winds gusting in excess of 70 mph have been recorded in the Anglia region as Storm Doris brings widespread disruption.
The highest gust in the UK was 94 mph at Capel Curig in Gwynedd in Wales.
The highest gust in the Anglia region was 74 mph on the north Norfolk coast at Weybourne near Cromer.
Highest wind gusts in the Anglia region up to 1pm on Thursday 23 February 2017
- 74 mph at Weybourne, Norfolk
- 72 mph at Wittering, Cambridgeshire
- 70 mph at Holbeach, Lincolnshire
- 68 mph at Marham, Norfolk
- 62 mph at Andrewsfield near Braintree, Essex
- 60 mph at Bedford