Somerset County, Pa. – A sinkhole opened up on a road that goes through Somerset County. PennDOT and a volunteer fire department are working to fix it. The County Emergency Services has asked people to be cautious around the area of 2713 Garrett Shortcut Road in Garrett, Pa.
Authorities have placed a detour that will follow Route 2047 (Old 219) and Route 3010 (Mud Pike) to Garrett. Garrett Valley Volunteer Fire Company and PennDOT are currently working to solve the problem. The roadway is to be kept closed until repairs can be made.
To find out more about sinkholes in Pennsylvania, check the Pennsylvania State sinkhole maps page.
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