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BRITS have been urged to stay away fromthe UK’s most dangerous roadwhich looks like it was hit by an earthquakebecause it is still moving.

The section of the B4069 near Lyneham in Wiltshire has been so badly damaged the tarmac has completely snapped or is at a 45 degree angle.

The B4069 near Lyneham, Wilts has been closed since February 17

The B4069 near Lyneham, Wilts has been closed since February 17Credito: SWNS
The road could cost millions to repair

The road could cost millions to repairCredito: SWNS
The tarmac has cracked and split in some areas

The tarmac has cracked and split in some areasCredito: SWNS

The road has been closed since February 17 – but some locals have been using it as a skate park despite the dangers, posting videos on social media.

The earthquake-like damage has been caused by unexplained underground movements which arestill movingaccording to Wiltshire Council.

Local residents claim the subsidence has been getting worse over the last year and a landslip was inevitable.

Wiltshire Council say that they cant bring any heavy machinery onto the site as it is too dangerous.

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Dr Mark McClelland, Wiltshire Council cabinet member for transport, disse: “The B4069 at Lyneham Banks is extremely dangerous, and people should not try to access it either in a vehicle or on foot.

The land is still slipping, and anyone who accesses the site on foot could easily trip on the uneven ground or get caught in a more serious landslide.

Anyone who accesses the site is also in breach of the traffic order and could be prosecuted.

Dr McClelland told BBC Radio Wiltshire: “It could cost hundreds of thousands or up into the millions to fix.

There is significant damage to the road. It could be up to 12 months in total.

It’s not something that can be resolved in a matter of days or weeks.

Dr McClelland added in some places the road had “buckled” up to four feet, and descriptions of it looking like an earthquake were accurate.

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Ha aggiunto: “The underlying ground has slipped and we need to understand why that has happened.

The police have been very clear that it’s very dangerous for motorists to ignore signage.

The road is completely warped

The road is completely warpedCredito: SWNS
An investigation has been launched into what is causing it

An investigation has been launched into what is causing itCredito: SWNS
Some drivers are still trying to drive down it - despite closures

Some drivers are still trying to drive down itdespite closuresCredito: SWNS