Crews in Colorado Springs are working to fix a sinkhole estimated to be 35-feet-deep under the driveway of a home in the 2700 block of Flintridge Drive, according to our news partners at KOAA.
The sinkhole opened up Sunday, but no one in the home was injured.
City workers tell KOAA-TV (http://tinyurl.com/knjvzav) that some of the equipment to repair the hole is being trucked in from Denver.
A high pressure gas line running through the sinkhole was not damaged, but the gas had to be shut-off while workers made repairs.
Information from: KOAA-TV, http://www.koaa.com