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Shopping giant John Lewis has apologised after one of its delivery lorries caused chaos in a town when it got wedged in a narrow lane and had to be towed away.
The vehicle damaged buildings during the incident in the centre of Bruton, Somerset, causing delays across the town.
In the past residents of Bruton have complained that sat navigation systems send lorry drivers down the narrow road.
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