ROCHESTER, Pa. - Officials have ordered a massive sinkhole in Rochester to be filled.
The hole opened up five years ago under the former Evergreen Family Restaurant on Route 65. Officials said the hole is more than 60 feet deep and 140 feet wide.
The family that owned the restaurant has been ordered by the State Department of Environmental Protection to have the hole filled by the end of the month.
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