A lorry that was wedged between a house and a churchyard wall in a Somerset village has been recovered.
It belonged to a Polish firm and became stuck in Brompton Regis on Thursday night.
It caused damage to the house. Sanctuary Lane was closed yesterday and reopened this morning [Saturday].
A lorry driver has wedged his vehicle between a house and a wall in a Somerset village. The road has been closed since the lorry got stuck there at teatime yesterday. It may not be cleared until tomorrow.
The home owner in Brompton Regis says he's angry that his house has been damaged and wants Sat Nav devices to warn lorry drivers not to take narrow roads. Robert Murphy reports.
Kevin Steer owns the house in Brompton Regis where the lorry is stuck. He says lorries often pass through the Exmoor village which was designed for horses and carts and this hasn't come as a shock.
A lorry driver has wedged his vehicle between a house and a churchyard wall in a Somerset village, closing the road and damaging the house.
The vehicle, which belongs to Polish firm Skat, became stuck in Brompton Regis on Thursday evening.
It is believed to have been carrying paper to a paper mill in Watchet.
The road will remain closed while the Highways Agency attempts to recover the vehicle.
A road in an Exmoor village has been closed after a lorry got jammed between a house and a churchyard wall.
The heavy goods vehicle became stuck as it attempted to travel around a narrow bend at Sanctuary Lane in Brompton Regis.
Police have closed the road in both directions.