A road bridge in Manchester became stuck open after expanding in hot weather, forcing fire fighters to hose it with water to cool it down.
The metal of Barton Road Bridge expanded in the heat, meaning that as rush hour approached, the two halves of the bridge wouldn't together.
Firefighters were called and hosed down the bridge with cold water for over an hour before it cooled enough to close.
Motorists were forced to find another route home.
Joel Goodman's video shows the moment the bridge finally swung closed after firefighters cooled it down with hoses.