Van gets trapped in gap of Green Bay's Walnut Street Bridge

Posted at 4:06 AM, Jun 22, 2017

The Walnut Street Bridge in Green Bay is back open after van got stuck on the bridge early Thursday morning. 

Green Bay Police were called to the bridge just before 2:45 a.m. after a van got stuck on the bridge as it was opening.

It's unknown how the van got past the bridge gates. The van was wedged about 40-50 ft. below in the opening of the bridge.

Police decided the safest way to get to the driver was to cut a hole in the van's roof. No one was injured and the van has been removed.