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Belfast's Cromac Street reopens after road collapse

Published 14/11/2009

The damaged caused to the Road on Cromac Street in Belfast City Centre, after it collapsing into what is believed to be a large hole above a storm-water tunnel
The damaged caused to the Road on Cromac Street in Belfast City Centre, after it collapsing into what is believed to be a large hole above a storm-water tunnel
The damaged caused to the Road on Cromac Street in Belfast City Centre, after it collapsing into what is believed to be a large hole above a storm-water tunnel
Paul Johnston surveys the road in Belfast city centre which has begun collapsing into a large hole.

Motorists were delighted today to see a busy street in Belfast city centre reopen after it collapsed when an underground air bubble caused a hole to emerge.

Cromac Street, one of the main arterial routes for commuters coming in to the city from south and east Belfast, was damaged last Saturday causing the tarmac to buckle.

The section of road between East Bridge Street and Victoria Street reopened to traffic on Friday evening

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