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The driver of a truck carrying five cars has misjudged a low bridge in Melbourne's west, badly damaging four of the vehicles on the truck.
The truck was rounding a railway bridge with a four-metre clearance on Napier Street in Footscray.
The truck collided with the bridge, knocking two of the cars from the tray and onto the road.
Station officer Daniel May from the Spotswood fire brigade said the bridge will be inspected for damage.
"There's significant damage to two of the vehicles and substantial amount of damage to two of the vehicles on the back of the tray," he said.
"At the moment the police will be in contact with VicRoads just to check the structural integrity of the bridge."
The driver of the truck was not injured in the incident.
This article first appeared on www.abc.net.au
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