A young woman had a lucky escape today after her car plunged 25 feet from a bridge onto a railway line.
The car hit track owned by the West Somerset Railway at Norton Fitzwarren near Taunton and then bounced backwards into a ditch.
The driver escaped with a few scratches and managed to make her way back onto the main road as help arrived.
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