Kendal's Victoria Bridge shut for second time after floods
A bridge in the Lake District is closed for the second time in a month after divers found new flood damage.
Kendal's Victoria Bridge was found to be at risk of collapse after flash flooding in July.
Contractors and a dive team worked to stabilise the foundations and it reopened on 5 August.
However, Cumbria County Council said further damage had been discovered and engineers were working "round the clock" to make the crossing safe.
A council spokesman said: "We are working as hard as we can to get the bridge reopened - round the clock - but we do understand people's frustration."
The bridge carries the A6 through the town's one-way system and drivers and pedestrians are facing diversions and delays.
Repairs to the bridge had to be carried out after Storm Desmond caused extensive damage in 2015.