A huge sinkhole on the M2 in north Kent means one of the south east's busiest roads remains shut this evening - more than 24 hours after it was first discovered. Highways surveyors at the scene say they have no idea when they can fully reopen the motorway.
It's meant long tailbacks and delays for drivers in the Faversham and Sittingbourne areas. Our reporter Nashreen Issa talks to Kevin Bown from the Highways Agency and Philip Gomm from the RAC Foundation.
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