Families living close landslide are asked to relinquish homes before another avalanche crashes hundreds additional huge loads of mud and shakes into the ocean.
Inhabitants whose homes sit near the bluff in Nefyn, north Wales, have been encouraged to briefly move
Comes after avalanche sent hundreds tons mud and rock slamming onto the Welsh sea shore at around 11am on Monday
Avalanche assessed 130ft-wide and crossed across two back gardens, a piece of which disintegrated onto sea shore.
The avalanche was an expected 130ft-wide and spread over across two back gardens, some portion of which disintegrated onto the sea shore, including wooden seats.
North Wales Police and Gwynedd Council authorities are currently encouraging individuals whose homes sit near the bluff to keep away from the space.