Three-metre wide and 3.65m deep depression in Wednesbury is in area honeycombed by old mine workings

A three-metre (10ft) wide sinkhole has opened up beneath a driveway at a house in the West Midlands, and appears to be growing.

What began as a small depression underneath the front tyre of the homeowner’s car in Wednesbury, near Walsall, is now 3.65 metres deep.

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