A large sinkhole formed in the drive-thru area at the Burger King along Route 11 in Berwick, Columbia County, Pennsylvania was reported on August 23rd, 2018.
One of the employees first noticed the hole while sweeping the floor before work. According to the officials, the hole has a depth of more than 10 feet. They believed that it was created by heavy rainfall that the area experienced this summer.
Burger King Assistant Manager Mike Kotouc said he was glad that no one got hurt in the incident.
As for the customers, they were turned away by a sign in the window of Burger King. Traffic cones also blocked the entrance to the establishment.
To find out more about nearby sinkholes in Columbia County, check these Pennsylvania Sinkhole Maps.
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