KNOXVILLE, Tenn. The 30-meter deep sinkhole, which was almost as wide as a half-way, in Tennessee, Knox County, and a county official said the repair would cost more than $ 100,000.
The Knoxville News Sentinel tried to throw concrete on Wednesday on Wednesday, but then the area was hit by more rain. Jim Snowden, County Director of Public Works and Engineers said the road could be reopened next week.
The sink opening opened on Tuesday when the floods were restrained; The Knoxville area has fallen for more than 10 consecutive days, more than 5 inches on Saturdays.
The Knox County Mayor, Glenn Jacobs, wrote a video on the Internet and claimed to be a "monster" with which officials worried about similar damage elsewhere.
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