TOLEDO, Ohio (WXYZ) - Work crews in Toledo are trying to figure out how to fix a massive sinkhole that has swallowed a car.
It's happening at the intersection of Bancroft Street and Detroit Avenue, near I-75. The sinkhole has shut down the intersection.
Officials are telling WTVG, the ABC affiliate in Toledo , that the sinkhole is 20 feet deep and 10 to 15 feet across. It's not yet clear what caused the sinkhole.
Video from Chopper 7 shows a silver or grey sedan wedged under a pipe with water pouring over the trunk area.
WTVG says the driver of the car was not injured.
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