California Department of Transportation crews work to repair a sinkhole which opened up over an irrigation waterway along highway 165 near Stevinson, Calif., Tuesday, (09-23-14). According to Transportation Engineer Kwame Appauh, the sinkhole, which was reported early Sunday morning, is roughly 27 feet long by 22 feet wide by two feet deep. The irrigation waterway is expected to be shut down sometime in October allowing crews to replace the existing steel pipe with concrete piping and repair the road.
California Department of Transportation crews work to repair a sinkhole which opened up over an irrigation waterway along highway 165 near Stevinson, Calif., Tuesday, (09-23-14). According to Transportation Engineer Kwame Appauh, the sinkhole, which was reported early Sunday morning, is roughly 27 feet long by 22 feet wide by two feet deep. The irrigation waterway is expected to be shut down sometime in October allowing crews to replace the existing steel pipe with concrete piping and repair the road. akuhn@mercedsun-star.com
California Department of Transportation crews work to repair a sinkhole which opened up over an irrigation waterway along highway 165 near Stevinson, Calif., Tuesday, (09-23-14). According to Transportation Engineer Kwame Appauh, the sinkhole, which was reported early Sunday morning, is roughly 27 feet long by 22 feet wide by two feet deep. The irrigation waterway is expected to be shut down sometime in October allowing crews to replace the existing steel pipe with concrete piping and repair the road. akuhn@mercedsun-star.com

Section of Highway 165 damaged by sinkhole reopened

September 23, 2014 10:59 PM

UPDATED September 23, 2014 11:08 PM

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