NewsLocal News / July 11, 2018

Pennsylvania And Ohio Street Intersection Could Reopen Sunday

The downtown intersection has been closed since July 4 when the collapse of a 24-inch sewer line created a sinkhole. infrastructure, sinkhole, Indianapolis2018-07-11T00:00:00-04:00
Pennsylvania And Ohio Street Intersection Could Reopen Sunday

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Citizens Energy Group estimates the intersection of Ohio and Pennsylvania streets in downtown Indianapolis will reopen on Sunday.

Citizens says crews are working around the clock to make repairs to a more than 100-year-old sewer line that collapsed 15 feet beneath the surface causing a large sinkhole to develop under the intersection on July 4.

Completing the repair of the 24-inch diameter sewer line has been complicated by the need to protect other utility lines located both above and below the collapsed sewer.

 

 

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