VIDEO: Mysterious plume of steam spews from the ground in Sheffield city centre

Steam continues to issue from the ground after appearing at a spot in Sheffield city centre more than a week ago.

Friday, 25th November 2016, 8:18 am
Updated Tuesday, 6th December 2016, 10:51 am
Signs warn passers by to 'Keep Out' because of 'Deep Excavation' work

The plume is next to Arundel Gate Interchange on Norfolk Street, a few metres away from the Crucible Theatre.

The area has been fenced off with signs on metal barriers reading 'Danger Keep Out' and 'Deep Excavation'.

Signs warn passers by to 'Keep Out' because of 'Deep Excavation' work

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The Star has been told the steam has been billowing out of the ground for more than a week.

The cause is being investigated.

Sinkholes caused havoc in Sheffield earlier this year. A section of Hutcliffe Wood Road collapsed without warning in April and a steaming hole appeared outside Pond Street Interchange in May.

The steam is billowing from a hole in the ground
The patch of grass outside Arundel Gate Interchange has been fenced off
Signs warn passers by to 'Keep Out' because of 'Deep Excavation' work
The steam is billowing from a hole in the ground
The patch of grass outside Arundel Gate Interchange has been fenced off