WILMINGTON (CBS) — A car went off a bridge on Route 129 in Wilmington and landed on railroad tracks below Tuesday afternoon.

Authorities say the female driver was headed east on Route 129 when she lost control, crossed lanes and smashed through a guardrail. The car fell 25 feet onto the tracks.

The woman was walking around when rescue crews arrived on the scene. She was taken to Lahey Clinic to be checked out, but is expected to be okay.

The SUV was blocking the commuter rail and the MBTA bussed passengers between North Billerica and Lowell.

Comments (4)
  1. 1stackmack says:

    if the state doesn’t square off all the snow banks,instead of leaving the wind rows ramped up.there’s is going to be more of this.leaving the edges of the roads tapperd is gust nuts.since knowone is paying attention.still texting.talking on the phone whatever,if there heading for the edge of the road,they’ll do a dukes of hazzard of the side of the road cause.the frozen ramps on the side of every road..

  2. Peter says:

    What? Are you kidding me? Learn English before spewing your opinion to everyone.

  3. Mike says:

    Maybe if people can drive a vehicle this wouldn’t happen. This is getting almost comical.

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