Police say it's a miracle no-one was killed when the building collapsed into a river in Cumbria. It's thought heavy rain undermined the foundations of the four storey block of flats that fell at around 6 o'clock Tuesday morning.
Residents have been expressing concerns over the dangerously high level of the River Ehen since June. The flats are rented out to contractors working at Sellafield. Amazingly all had chosen to spend the bank holiday weekend at home with their families which almost certainly saved their lives. Ryan Dollard sent this report from Egremont.