A Westchester roadway has reopened after a truck hit a railroad bridge.
The incident took place around 3:40 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 21, when the truck struck the MTA bridge on Locust Avenue in Rye, said a spokesperson for the MTA.
MTA officials said a speed restriction is in place for trains traveling through the area and bridge inspection personnel are en route to the scene.
The crash is not impacting train service and Rye Police said traffic is now moving.
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