A hole has opened up in the road in the centre of a Norfolk seaside town.
Sheringham High Street could be closed for several weeks while repairs get underway.
Engineers believe the hole developed above a sewer six and half metres down.
Anglian Water said the road has been closed to allow a full structural assessment to take place but the company couldn't say how long the repairs would take.
The region has had form with holes suddenly appearing - 30-years-ago a hole opened up under a double decker bus on Norwich's Earlham Road.
The driver quickly realised what was happening and led the passengers to safety. Old chalk workings were blamed.
Click below to watch the Anglia report from March 1988 from Surrey Beddows
More recently an 8-foot deep sinkhole opened up in Thetford in 2016 causing part of a garden wall to collapse.
Norwich's Plantation Gardens was closed in the same year after this opened up beneath the entrance to the site.
While this sinkhole that opened up in Hertfordshire seems to have been caused by a 19th century clay pit underneath the street.
The twelve by seven metre hole appeared in St Albans back in 2015.