Car swallowed by sinkhole on UK street
A car has fallen into a sinkhole in a residential street in London.
The Metropolitan Police were called to Woodland Terrace in Greenwich at around 3.23am on Thursday.
Officers discovered a blue people carrier, which had been parked outside Benefice of Charlton St Thomas' Church, partially in the hole.
A police spokesman said no one had been injured in the incident.
He added: "Officers are on the scene and there is a cordon in place. The local authority has been called and there are other agencies on scene."
A Royal Borough of Greenwich spokesman said the council was working with emergency services to secure the area.
He added: "We are urgently investigating the matter and will update residents the moment we have more information."