It could be months before a road in Gloucestershire, which was closed by a landslip, is re-opened. It happened on the Nailsworth to Horsley road and narrowly missed two homes.
Tons of rubble crashed down into the gardens of residents living below. The Highways workers then caused a further, deliberate landslip, to free parts of the bank which were in danger of collapsing.
For local people the road closure means a huge detour, though some are walking instead.
You can watch Ken Goodwin's full report below: