Sinkhole woes over for city road as repairs are completed
PUBLISHED: 16:58 17 December 2019 | UPDATED: 16:58 17 December 2019
A city road which was closed after a sinkhole opened up more than a week ago has now been repaired and re-opened.
On Thursday, December 5, Angel Road in Norwich was closed to traffic after a sinkhole opened up beneath a Tuffnells parcel lorry close to Angel Road Junior School.
As a result a small stretch of the road was closed with diversions put in place via Constitution Hill and Woodcock Road.
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However, as of Tuesday, December 17, the hole is now repaired and the road re-opened to regular traffic, following more than a week of disruption.
A spokesman for Norwich City Council said: "Anglian Water finished the reinstatement work yesterday (Monday) evening and then the resurfacing work was left to cool overnight.
"The road re-opened at around 11am on Tuesday, December 17."
It was originally anticipated that the works would be completed by Friday, December 13, however the repairs took longer than anticipated.
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