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The basement of Seine-Maritime, the largest gruyere in France

Amy

Feb. 16, 2020

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The department has 80,000 identified underground cavities. Of human origin (old chalk or stone quarries) but also geological, they can sometimes cause complicated situations to manage for communities and individuals.
November 16, 2019, in Octeville-sur-Mer, near Le Havre (Seine-Maritime). In a private home, at the corner of his newly completed house, a collapse. “A big fontis (collapse of the surface soil) seven or eight meters “, relates Didier Gervais, deputy for roads and security of the town.
The basement of Seine-Maritime, the largest gruyere in France
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