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Woking A320 collapses trapping car

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A part of the A320 near Woking collapsed this week leaving a car submerged in the flooded hole.

A big water main burst undermined the A320 Chertsey road’s foundations to such an extent that the surface collapsed trapping a Vauxhall Meriva in a flooded hole three feet deep.

Police said repairs could take up to four days.

The A320 is now closed between the McLaren’s roundabout at Martyrs Lane and the Six Crossroads.

A spokeswoman for Veolia Water UK said: “We would like to apologise for the inconvenience caused by a burst 12in water main in Chertsey Road, Woking.

“There will be temporary traffic lights in place while we carry out the repair.”



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