Emergency crews search rubble after medieval castle wall collapses

Emergency crews search rubble after medieval castle wall collapses

Hundreds of tonnes of rubble have fallen on to a house after a wall at an 11th-century castle collapsed. Emergency services including a hazardous area response team were called to the scene in Lewes, East Sussex. A pub was also evacuated.
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