DEDHAM, MASS. (WHDH) - All Foxboro Commuter Rail trains were canceled through the end of service Monday after a vehicle struck a rail bridge in Dedham, according to officials.

The MBTA said through its Commuter Rail Twitter account that passengers heading to Foxboro would need to board a regular Franklin Line train and disembark at Walpole to then catch a shuttle bus.

“This diversion will allow for necessary track work following the vehicle striking a bridge near Endicott,” the T said.

The cancellations were announced hours after what the Dedham Police Department called a “vehicle collision” occurred at the East Street train bridge.

Drivers were detoured away from the bridge that was hit, allowing MBTA engineers to respond and inspect any damage to the tracks, according to Dedham PD.

In an update shortly before 6 p.m., the T said regular train service between South Station and Foxboro will resume Tuesday morning.

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