Allentown, Pennsylvania. May 30th, 2011.

A sinkhole popped up in Lehigh County on Monday, causing what officials are calling “significant property damage”. The sinkhole formed in the 100 block of James Street in Allentown as a result of a water leak. James Street is closed in the area. Fire officials said code enforcement was notified because it caused “significant property damage”. A city engineer said that a home in the block potentially has significant damage.

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