KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — A Knoxville road reopened Friday after Knox County crews filled a large sinkhole that was discovered on Thursday.

The Knox County Engineering and Public Works said a sinkhole roughly 20 feet deep and spanning around 40 feet opened in the 3300 block of Timberlake Drive near Montlake Drive on Thursday. A Knoxville Utilities Board water main break is believed to be at least partially responsible.

A section of Timberlake Drive beginning at house no. 3304 was closed Thursday into Friday afternoon as crews repair the damage.

KUB was on hand at the site to cap the broken water line. Knox County crews poured concrete before backfilling the rest of the sinkhole with dirt.

No houses were affected by the sinkhole.