Landslide

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A downward slope movement of a potentially lethal mixture of water, rocks, and mud, triggered by earthquakes, volcanoes, or weather events
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The homes, built on a slope, were affected by three recent landslips - in February, March and April 2017, during which several hundred tonnes of earth moved.
Photographs of the landslip were posted to Facebook by guides at Celtic Quest Coasteering, who spotted the incident from the towers on the opposite end of the lagoon.
The plea for action to repair the landslip gathered more than 800 signatures in a month.
MP for Rhondda, Chris Bryant said: "Whilst the landslip was an unforeseen incident, Arriva are to be found wanting for their lack of emergency planning for events such as these.
"We do as much as we can to prevent incidents like this happening, even in extreme weather like last winter, and I am confident that the extensive work we have carried out will help avoid another landslip in this area in the future."
The B6344 at Crag End, near Rothbury, was completely shut after a landslip on Boxing Day in 2012.
"Because of these landslips, the surrounding area may well be very unstable.
e railway between Leamington and Banbury has been shut since the end of January following a 350,000 tonne landslip near Harbury, a few miles south of Leamington.
HOMES were evacuated and at least one car destroyed after a landslip yesterday.
Mud was thrust into some cars after the train ran into the landslip before a tunnel around 500 meters north of Taura Station.
There was continued disruption on the West Highland line following a freight train derailment near Tulloch and a landslip at Arrochar.
The landslip occurred above the steep pass at Bwlch Oerddrws, heading towards Dinas Mawddwy.