Rail passengers had a lucky escape after a train crashed into piles of rubble on the Great Western mainline near Bedwyn last night.
The packed express came to a halt and was stranded for around three hours before the line was cleared.
None of the hundreds of people on the train were hurt.
A lorry is thought to have struck a bridge over the railway at Oak Hill near Froxfield.
The train then hit the entire bridge wall which was thrown onto the track and buses and taxis were laid on to take passengers home.
First Great Western has confirmed that its 1634 Paddington-Penzance service hit debris from a road bridge between Hungerford and Bedwyn at around 1725 this evening (Sunday, 22 February). The bridge had been hit by a road vehicle shortly beforehand. No passengers were injured, but the train was unable to be moved until around 2200 while safety checks were carried out on both the train and bridge.
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One lane is blocked and there is very slow traffic due to an accident involving two cars on the M4 Eastbound between J15 A346 Marlborough Road / A419 Marlborough Road (Swindon East) and J14 A338 (Hungerford). Lane three (of three) is blocked.
Disruption on Southern trains between Eastbourne and Hastings, and between Eastbourne and Lewes due to over running engineering works. Buses will run in place of cancelled services.