Drivers on Regina's McCarthy Boulevard heading south toward Dewdney Avenue were delayed Thursday morning, after a large portable classroom got stuck as it was being moved.
The portable classroom was on its way to St. Josaphat School, when it got stuck on some tree branches at Krivel Crescent and Sherwood Drive.
The trucking company stopped the move until the branches could be moved out of the way, concerned that the classroom could be damaged.
City crews were on the scene shortly after it happened, trying to cut down the branches.
A CBC News reporter at the intersection said one of the transport drivers told her there are too many cars and trees in the way.
Another portable classroom was hung up in an alley near St. Bernadette School, but has now been placed on school property.