A section of pavement gives way in an east side Detroit neighborhood, shutting down an intersection until further notice.
Because of the size of the break, the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department said that the repair should take a few days.
Crews are inspecting a what appears to be a pothole-turned-sinkhole in Macomb County.
The accident dislodged the fire hydrant and damaged a water main on Borgman Street at the North I-94 service drive in Van Buren Township, creating a giant sinkhole and leaving residents without water.
There’s a sinkhole in Macomb County in the middle of Hayes Road between 23 and 24 Mile roads, causing Hayes to be closed in that area.
A massive sinkhole could keep a busy street on Detroit’s west side closed for weeks.
The massive sinkhole on Randolph Street should be repaired within two weeks, if not sooner.
M-DOT Spokeswoman Diane Cross says they’ve blocked the right westbound lanes of Jefferson there coming off of I-375 into downtown.
Witnesses said they could hear a cracking sound as the villa began sinking.
Some Detroit residents who live near a sinkhole that opened up this week outside their home have a new problem — no water service.