Two landslips have been causing problems in south east Cornwall. They occurred within a hundred yards of each other in Looe.
The first in Sandplace Road is near a junction which leads to the main road to Plymouth. The second landslip was on a private road and is very close to a row of houses. One resident captured the moment it collapsed.
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