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A car fell down a massive sinkhole in London this morning

Geologists are warning that more sinkholes are expected to open up across Britain.

A CAR HAS fallen into a sinkhole in a residential street in London.

The Metropolitan Police were called to Greenwich at around 3.20 this morning after the hole appeared in Woodland Terrace, near Charlton.

No one has been injured in the incident.

It comes after a 66-foot sinkhole opened up in a housing estate in England last year.

Read: 66-foot sinkhole appears in housing estate in England>

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