A sat-nav error led to a road being blocked for three days in south-west England last week.
Czech lorry driver Yuri Odenhai, 45, was on his way to pick up a consignment of televisions from a depot in Devon when he got lost.
He asked for directions but did not speak enough English to make himself understood, so he followed his sat-nav's directions down a narrow country lane.
His 40-tonne truck then got stuck on a sharp bend in the village of Ivybridge, east of Plymouth.
The trucker's company, Kohlman and Hasek, refused to pay for the 15-metre truck's recovery, so it remained wedged in place for three days until a solution was found.
The lorry was eventually towed out by a tractor after nearby trees had been cut down.
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