Source: Image by Patrick W. Zimmerman / Getty


Crews worked to get a city vehicle out of a sinkhole on Cleveland’s east side Thursday evening.

Cleveland Water officials say they received a call Thursday afternoon regarding a possible 6-inch water main leak on E. 127th, between Locke and Cornado avenues.

They said an investigator got out of his vehicle and began looking for the leak after arriving on scene. Officials say the street began to collapse shortly after the investigator parked the vehicle.

At that point, the vehicle fell into the hole.

The employee was not harmed.



Article Courtesy of WOIO Cleveland 19 News

Picture Courtesy of Patrick W. Zimmerman and Getty Images

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