THIS is the moment search and rescue dogs check nobody is trapped under rubble near Rainbow Hill.

A landslide forced a wall to collapse in Reservoir Lane in Worcester at 7.50am this morning.

A section of Rainbow Hill is currently closed with police and fire crews on the scene.

The dog can be seen climbing over the rubble to check if it can catch the scent of anyone trapped underneath.

Fortunately, nobody was trapped or injured after the wall collapsed.

A spokesperson for the fire service said: "A Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service crew from Worcester Fire Station was called at 7.52am on February 9 to a collapsed structure in Reservoir Lane, Worcester.

"A wall, 10m high by 8m long, has fully collapsed, causing the closure of Reservoir Lane.

"A road closure of Rainbow Hill is being put in place by police who are also in attendance.

"The incident is ongoing."

A second fire crew has also been sent to the scene.

The spokesperson continued: "A second crew from Worcester and the incident command unit and drone from Wyre Forest are also in attendance.

"The wall is confirmed as a retaining wall around 25ft high by 20ft long. A cordon is in place and Rainbow Hill is now closed."