CARRICK, Pa. - A work truck fell into a sinkhole Friday morning in Carrick as crews worked to fix a broken water line.
The sinkhole was a result of a leak that crews are repairing on a 42-inch line on Brook Street.
The truck, which fell in around 8 a.m. and was out by 9 a.m., did not affect the repairs.
The truck was drivable and no injuries were reported.
Channel 11’s Jennifer Tomazic reported a handful of customers are without water, and Penn American Water Company is providing them with bottled water.
Repairs are expected to be completed by Saturday night.
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