A family home that was partially suspended over a sheer drop has now fallen after a "significant cliff collapse".
The house on the picturesque Isle of Sheppey had been teetering on the edge after a collapse late on Friday.
Residents from 20 properties in Eastchurch had to be evacuated by firefighters and many have been unable to return to their homes.
Dramatic drone pictures taken by Kent Fire and Rescue Service after the initial collapse showed the sheer destruction caused, including an orange car lying at the bottom of a ravine.
Following a fresh collapse on Tuesday, a house named Cliff Hanger has now fallen, local authority Swale Borough Council said.
The fire service has attributed it to the “devastating impacts of coastal erosion”.
There are fears there could be further cliff collapses at the site.
A council spokesman said: “There has been further collapse at the site this morning, and the Cliff Hanger property has now fallen.
“Neighbouring properties are being inspected to assess the impact of this latest fall, and we are urging people to stay away from the area in case of further collapses.”
Fifteen people from four households remain in temporary accommodation while the incident goes on.
Swale Borough Council staff are trying to find them somewhere safe to live closer to their property.