A new £121 million bridge remains closed after it was forced to shut following a fault. 

The Herring Bridge in Great Yarmouth has been closed since Wednesday after a "minor technical fault" caused it to be stuck for more than half an hour. 

The bridge remains in the "down" position but drivers are unable to pass over while works to fix an issue continue

It is the second time the bridge has broken since opening.

Drivers are being advised to find alternative routes by Norfolk County Council.

Efforts to repair the bridge have been stalled by people crossing the barriers illegally. 

Fencing has been installed at both entrances to the bridge to try and stop people from accessing it.