A large sinkhole opened up Monday morning on East Indiana Avenue in South Bend, completely blocking traffic.
WNDU reports the sinkhole is 10 to 15 feet wide and 10 to 16 feet deep.
The pavement collapse was in the 900 block of Indiana Avenue, at the site of a sewage construction project that was already impacting traffic in the area.
Lt. Gene Eyster with the South Bend Police Department tells the newsroom that there were no reports of any accidents or injuries caused by the pavement collapse, and that it was likely a result of the heavy rains from the weekend.
The work to fix the sinkhole expected to take until Friday, October 27.