GLENVILLE – The Glenridge Road bridge too another hit Tuesday when a tractor-trailer struck the Canadian Pacific Railroad bridge early Tuesday afternoon.
The strike peeled off the top of the trailer and left the trailer itself bent, according to information available at the scene.
No injuries were reported.
The bridge strike happened just before 1 p.m. and had Glenridge closed between Bruce Avenue and the Maple Avenue circle as crews worked to remove debris from the truck.
The bridge – specifically its height at 10 feet, 11 inches – has caused repeated problems in recent years as truck drivers miss the height warning signs leading up to the bridge.
Officials earlier this year settled on one solution to at least protect the bridge itself. Canadian Pacific was planning to have crash bars installed in front of it by “early summer,” officials said in March. The status of that project was not immediately clear Tuesday.