A road in Newington will be shut for a week after a ‘sink hole’ appeared.
Kent County Council said the ‘void’ has opened at St James Avenue in the carriageway at the junction with Queens Avenue.
Police were called at 3.23pm to a report of the sink hole and are at the scene to assist with a road closure.
Kent Highways tweeted a warning for motorists to drive with caution in the area.
They said: “Ramsgate, Queens Avenue: Reports of a large sinkhole in the carriageway at the junction with St James Avenue, emergency services and a KCC representative en-route but please approach with caution.”
Motorist Natalie Sharp said she reported the road was dipping last night after driving over the area in her Fiat 500 and hearing a loud noise.