A very large hole formed Thursday morning in front of the Leclerc shopping center at the exit of Sarlat on avenue Simone Veil, after the storms passed on Wednesday evening. The road sagged around half past seven.

A huge hole formed around half past seven in the morning on Avenue Simone Veil in Sarlat, just in front of the Leclerc shopping center on the outskirts of town. The bitumen suddenly sagged. There was no vehicle above at the time.

According to the technical services, subsidence in the parking lot of the shopping center and on the departmental road caused the subsidence of the road, after very heavy rains on Wednesday evening.

The services of the departmental council began to plug the hole Thursday in the morning with an excavator. Véolia also intervened, because there was a breakage in the sewerage network. During the works, the entire section of avenue Simone Veil is closed by the municipal police.

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