Landslip at St Thomas, Swansea, prompts evacuation

A road has been closed and four homes evacuated after a landslip in Swansea in the early hours.

No one was injured in the incident at Beaumont Crescent, St Thomas, at 04:20 BST on Saturday.

But South Wales Police evacuated people as a precaution. They stayed with friends and family.

Structural engineers have attended the scene. It is understood a retaining wall has collapsed.

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