Keldgate in Beverley set to reopen after sewer collapse

Collapsed wall in Keldgate
Image caption The wall was demolished after cracks were discovered

A road in an East Yorkshire town that closed to traffic after a collapsed sewer made a wall unstable is set to reopen on Friday.

Keldgate in Beverley was sealed off on 22 January. The council said high groundwater levels were the probable cause of the problem.

Engineers dismantled the wall and repaired a void under the road.

The council said it would reopen after repairs to the sewer were completed by Yorkshire Water.

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