A lorry has had its side and roof ripped off after hitting a low bridge in Banbridge, County Down.
The incident happened as the lorry drove under a 19th Century stone bridge in the town centre, known as The Cut, on Monday.
The Cut, built in 1834, was constructed to assist horse-drawn carts accessing the town’s steep main street.
Accidents involving high-sided vehicles are relatively common. The bridge is low and the road narrows underneath it.
In July 2017, the bridge was hit by a vehicle for the fourth time in less than a year.
Police, who attended Monday’s incident, have previously advised drivers of high-sided vehicles to know the height and dimensions of their lorries before passing under bridges.