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Three bridges within a mile hit SIXTY-TWO times - It has been blamed for directing huge articulated lorries down tiny country lanes, encouraging car drivers to plunge into impassable fords - and even sending inattentive motorists down railway lines.And last night, it was revealed the curse of satnav has found yet another way to wreak havoc on Britain's roads - by funnelling tall vehicles under low bridges.The problem came to light after rail chiefs realised that three of the railway bridges most often hit by traffic lay in a one-mile radius in the same town: Grantham in Lincolnshire. Between them, they were struck an astonishing 62 times last year.
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