New footage of St Albans sinkhole released by Herts county council

PUBLISHED: 16:32 02 October 2015 | UPDATED: 16:43 02 October 2015

Close-up photos of the sinkhole in Fontmell Close, off the top of Seymore Road in St Albans, which appeared at 1am on October 1

Close-up photos of the sinkhole in Fontmell Close, off the top of Seymore Road in St Albans, which appeared at 1am on October 1

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New video footage of the St Albans sinkhole, which shows it being filled with concrete via a 30 metre tube, has been released by Hertfordshire county council a day after it sank into the ground.

The council have began pouring tons of “foamed concrete” into the sinkhole in an effort to sure up the crumbling walls - an operation which is likely to take a number of days and provide the strength needed to prevent further collapse.


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