Queensland Police are urging motorists to avoid the roads around Oxley Road railway bridge at Corinda after a bridge strike earlier this morning.
Minister for Transport and Main Roads Mark Bailey said it may take up to six hours to clear the wedged Lindsay Transport truck.
Translink has reported that Route 104 and 106 buses travelling along Oxley Road have been delayed up to 20 minutes.
Northbound traffic is being directed along Martindale St and Oxford Road southbound traffic is being diverted along Jerrold Street.
Meanwhile, The Courier Mail reports that congestion is building in Mansfield after a two-vehicle crash on Wecker Road near the intersection with Ham Road.
#Update Oxley Rd is fully closed in both directions at the rail bridge #Corinda at Martindale St northbound and Jerrold St southbound, continue to avoid the area and plan your alternate route ahead of travel #bnetraffic pic.twitter.com/bBIa1dVYQa
— QLDTrafficMetro (@QLDTrafficMetro) April 26, 2021
Paramedics were called to the incident just after 6am and are providing care for an elderly motorist.
Police are urging motorists to use caution in the area.