No Sinkholes Detected on Local Road
They had their sinking suspicions and did some digging around.
But after a day of investigating a busy road in Gainesville, Department of Transportation officials say they have found no signs of sinkholes.
D.O.T. crews shut down sections of southwest second avenue on Tuesday to investigate two depressions in the road that looked like they may be caused by sinkholes underneath.
However, after digging, workers concluded that the depressions came from the shallow clay right underneath the road's base.
The eastbound lane on southwest second avenue will be closed from 9am to 3:30 tomorrow as crews conclude their testing
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