Shock pics reveals Britain's most warped road that looks like it was hit by an earthquake – and it’s getting even worse | The Sun

SHOCKING pics show the terrible state of Britain’s most warped road which is so bad it looks like it was hit by an earthquake.

A section of the B4069 in Wiltshire was so badly damaged by a landslip it was closed to cars – and can’t be fixed properly because it’s still moving a year later.

It has been closed since it was destroyed by a storm last February – and the only people using it have been skateboarders.

But even they have now deserted the road.

Now over a year on from the landslide Wiltshire Council are updating residents on the progress of the road.

Cllr Caroline Thomas, cabinet member for transport at Wiltshire Council said it is difficult to fix – as it's still moving.

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She said: "Solving this huge problem and rebuilding the road is a major undertaking of significant scale, and it is presenting several engineering challenges.

''In particular, because the ground has continued to move, it has been difficult to get both people and machinery to work on the site safely.''

The warped road was at one point being used by skateboarders, who used the "infamous and ripped up" road as a makeshift skatepark.

But now the road has been left completely deserted.

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Wiltshire council will be hosting a webinar at 6pm on April 24 to discuss the future of the road.

Earlier this month, locals jokingly turned their high street into a crazy golf course because the road is riddled with potholes.

In March it was revealed 13million drivers suffered pothole damage last year – costing £1.7billion to repair.

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