The truck was driveable, but damage was incurred to the bridge, according to reports provided by the Cleveland Bradley Communications Center.
A Cleveland Police Department report said damage was also done to the traffic lights and sign hanging from the bridge.
An oncoming train reportedly tested the durability of the railroad bridge owned by Norfolk Southern. The bridge held up under the train’s progress.
Officials reportedly shut down eastbound traffic on Inman Street, State Hwy. 40, around 6 p.m. Thursday.
The truck driver reportedly suffered a broken nose during the incident.