A lorry induced visitors chaos in a Northumberland village after getting caught turning a tight nook.
A big low-loader car travelling northbound on the A1068 bought lodged on a bend close to Warkworth Castle.
The lorry was unable to move across the slim road, and wanted the help of the police and passers-by on Friday.
The incident, which occurred shortly after noon, introduced visitors in Warkworth to a standstill for greater than an hour with visitors officers having to shut the road.
Diversions have been additionally put in place for visitors whereas entry was blocked by means of the village.
Pictures of the lodged lorry reveals that the motive force tried a pointy proper on Castle Street the place non permanent visitors lights are at present in place.
However, they grew to become caught between the wall of the fort grounds and a tree whereas making the manoeuvre.
Crowds got here out to observe and assist the motive force of the supply lorry.
Traffic was diverted for greater than an hour till the motive force ultimately managed to flee their predicament.
A Northumbria Police spokeswoman stated: “Shortly earlier than 1.15pm on Friday we acquired a report a big car was caught on Castle Street, Warkworth.
“Officers attended the scene and assisted with visitors administration and diversions whereas the road was quickly closed.”