Investigations are continuing after a sinkhole was discovered in Norwich.
The six-metre deep cavern was found underneath Plumstead Road near Kett's Hill by telecoms engineers on Tuesday.
It is the latest in a series of sinkholes around the city over the past few decades. The most famous sinkhole "swallowed a bus" in Earlham Road in 1988.
The MP for Norwich North, Chloe Smith has asked constituents to contact her if they are affected by the sink hole.