Trains running through Bromley have been hit by delays this morning after a lorry collided with a bridge in Petts Wood.

All lines have been blocked following the incident, and response staff from Network Rail have been sent out to check the bridge for damage.

Southeastern Railway say a lorry collided with a bridge, pictured above, earlier this morning, raising worries over the bridge's structural safety.

Staff are currently in Petts Wood checking it for damage, and disruption is expected until around midday.

How does this affect my journey?

Trains were unable to run between Petts Wood and Orpington.

Some trains between Sevenoaks and London Bridge were diverted via an alternative route and could not stop at Orpington.

We are now working to return services to normal, but trains may still be delayed or altered at short notice.

Buses can be used between Lewisham, Bromley South and Orpington at no extra cost.

UPDATE: 10:20

Train lines have no reopened, with no major damage caused to the bridge, but delays are still expected.

Southeastern:"UPDATE: all lines are now reopened following a vehicle colliding with a bridge at #PettsWood earlier today. We are now working to return the train service to normal as quickly as possible."