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Collapsed wall could leave Laureston Place in Dover closed for three weeks near St Mary's Primary School

30 January 2014
by Emily Stott

A road in Dover has been closed after a wall collapsed and sent bricks falling into a road - between two parked cars.

Police were called to Laureston Place at 10.27am today to reports of the collapse due to mud near St Mary's Primary School.

Kent Highways said the road could be closed for up to three weeks.

A wall has collapsed in Laureston Place. Picture Kent Highways

A wall has collapsed in Laureston Place. Picture: Kent Highways

The road is closed between the A258 and Victoria Park.

A Kent Police spokesman said: "Bricks have gone into the middle of the road as a consequence so we have blocked off the road and are managing traffic until Highways and the council take over."

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