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There are no 'significant changes' to the Ripon sinkhole. Four homes remain evacuated after the sinkhole opened up in the back gardens of properties on Magdalens Road on November 9.
Contractors from one of the household’s insurance companies are on site and are looking at options to stabilise the sinkhole. A garage was dismantled by hand on November 15 to allow access to the sinkhole.
Yorkshire Water is continuing to look at a way to repair the sewer system on Magdalens Road which has been completely destroyed by the sinkhole.
Investigations are continuing after a 50-foot sinkhole opened up in Ripon, North Yorkshire. Residents have now been moved out of 12 properties after the giant hole appeared there on Wednesday 9th.
Experts from the British Geological Survey say that the sinkhole remains a risk, and there is the potential for further slippage around the hole.
Harrogate Borough Council said:
The council say they will continue to monitor the location over the weekend and will reassess the situation on Monday 14th November.
Harrogate Borough Council say they are looking at bringing in "specialist engineers are soon as possible" after a sinkhole appeared in Ripon last night.
It's now been revealed that three gardens are affected by the sinkhole in Magdalen's Road in Ripon. Seven houses remain evacuated.
A Ripon resident has taken to Twitter to show the hole that has appeared in his garden. Seven homes have been evacuated in the area. Nobody is injured.
A row of terraced houses in Ripon has been cordoned off after a sinkhole appeared on Magdalen's Road. Seven properties were evacuated at 1am on November 10. The scene is due to be inspected.
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