KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – Crews were working Thursday to repair a sinkhole that had opened up Tuesday.
Drivers were advised to find a new route between Bishop Bridge Road and Sedgewick Drive while crews worked to repair the sinkhole that was estimated to be 15 feet deep.
Knox County Mayor Glenn Jacobs tweeted about the sinkhole on Christmas Eve:
Crews worked Thursday to pour gravel and concrete into the sinkhole and make other adjustments.
The roadway was expected to reopen soon.
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