Probe into 200-year-old bridge collapse
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An investigation starts into why a listed 200-year-old bridge collapsed

An investigation has begun into why an 18th Century Grade II listed bridge collapsed into the River Teme in Worcestershire.

Eastham Bridge in Tenbury Wells came crashing down into the river at about 15:30 BST on Tuesday.

School mini bus driver Derek Trow said he managed to reverse off a bridge as it collapsed in front of him.

West Mercia Police diverted traffic along the A443 and Worcestershire Council is looking into what happened.