A driver managed to escape serious injuries after a sinkhole swallowed up an SUV traveling in the middle of a street in Easton, Pennsylvania.
A water main break led to the sinkhole opening up at James and East Kleinhans streets around 1:30 p.m. Monday. An SUV that was traveling in the area then fell in the hole.
The driver was able to get out and didn’t suffer serious injuries.
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Crews eventually removed the vehicle from the sinkhole. The street remains blocked off as repairs continue.