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The hole appeared in a car park at Garth-an-Creet on Saturday afternoon and is around 40ft deep.

However, experts believe the shaft could run as far down as 200m below the level where the capping collapsed.

The emergency services acted pretty quickly and everyone was ushered away so we couldn't see any more, it was probably for our own good because it looked a mess, it was pretty nasty.

Saskia Wilce who works on the harbourside wrote on Twitter: 'So horrible seeing the injured people today.

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Tom Spencer, who lives right behind the chasm, said he noticed it dipping days before.

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Local Clive Oxley was one of the first on the scene, as he arrived to visit his daughter's grandma. Cornwall Search and Rescue had arrived and strapped themselves to the police car and started lowering themselves in.Tom Spencer added: "For me to buy this property, I had to have a mining search done and the houses are fine, there's nothing underneath.But the reason why they haven't built on this car park is because of this mineshaft".Neil Oliver, of Falmouth Coastguard, said: ‘This is a very tragic incident.Photos and video are revealing the full scale of a huge mineshaft that opened up on a housing estate in St Ives.

Local Clive Oxley was one of the first on the scene, as he arrived to visit his daughter's grandma. Cornwall Search and Rescue had arrived and strapped themselves to the police car and started lowering themselves in.

Tom Spencer added: "For me to buy this property, I had to have a mining search done and the houses are fine, there's nothing underneath.

But the reason why they haven't built on this car park is because of this mineshaft".

Neil Oliver, of Falmouth Coastguard, said: ‘This is a very tragic incident.

Photos and video are revealing the full scale of a huge mineshaft that opened up on a housing estate in St Ives.

The motor thing went funny and flipped the boat so everyone flew out and it started circling them all then went through them.'Jo Rawlings of the Maritime and Coastguard agency said: 'Falmouth Coastguard was first contacted at 15.48 this afternoon reporting that six people had been thrown from a speedboat approximately half a mile off Padstow in the Camel Estuary.'The RNLI lifeboats from Rock and Padstow along with the search and rescue helicopters from RNAS Culdrose and RMB Chivenor were sent to the scene.