Police appeal after lorry gets 'lodged'

A Poundland lorry became lodged on a Bridlington street after it crashed into the side of a house.

Friday, 15th January 2016, 8:38 am
Updated Friday, 15th January 2016, 8:49 am
Police were called the scene on Marshall Avenue at around 5.55pm Photo credit Sue King.

Police are appealing for information after the heavy goods vehicle collided with a property on the corner of Marshall Avenue last night (Thursday January 14).

Officers were called to the scene at around 5.55pm after the driver had drove off in the cab to get help, leaving the trailer behind.

He later returned to the scene and told officers Poundland had arranged recovery of the trailer.

The driver left in the cab to call for help before returning to the crash site Photo credit Sue King

A structural engineer was called to assess the damage to the house and a lamppost damaged in the collision was made safe by East Riding of Yorkshire Council workers.

The road was reopened at 8.40pm and no one was injured.

Police are asking that anyone with information call 101, quoting log 350 of January 14.

The driver left in the cab to call for help before returning to the crash site Photo credit Sue King