Huge sinkhole swallowed several lanes of road this month
The refilled hole has begun sinking again
A giant sinkhole that was hastily repaired in Japan earlier this month is showing signs of movement.
Traffic was stopped at the busy intersection in Japanese city of Fukuoka on the weekend after the road was seen to sink some seven centimeters (2.7 inches).
Earlier this month, a 30 meter (98 feet) wide, 15 meter (50 feet) deep hole suddenly opened, swallowing five lanes of road and flooding with water.
It was repaired in a matter of days in what was seen as a testament to Japanese engineering and efficiency.