August 28, 2013
TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — A utilities official says a large sinkhole that swallowed a moving car and briefly trapped the driver cost a northwest Ohio city about $100,000.
Utility workers and contractors had to clean out broken sewer lines and fill the sinkhole that opened at a major intersection in Toledo in early July. WTOL-TV reports the city used a private contractor to help with emergency repairs for the broken sewer lines and the street above them.
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