Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. November 23rd, 2014.

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A large sinkhole on a Northampton County street has been filled in but the road remains closed. A home, whose yard and driveway have been mostly swallowed by another sinkhole, remains standing. The first sinkhole opened Thursday night  in the front yard and driveway at a home on Hampton Road in Bethlehem Township Quick Clicks Lafayette getting back to work prior to Kansas game Victim identified in deadly crash Manhunt over; killing spree suspect found dead in woods $1.4 million jackpot-winning lottery ticket sold in Bern Greater Berks Food Bank receives large donation ahead of holidays   A PPL utility truck, dispatched to turn off power, eventually fell into the hole.  Dozens of residents were forced from their homes.  As crews worked to repair the damage, a dump truck, working to fill the hole, fell into another sinkhole.  The sinkholes formed following a water main break, officials said Sunday morning, a 69 News crew found the hole on Hampton Road had been filled in with gravel but it has not been repaved.  The sinkhole in the driveway and front yard of a private home has yet to be filled in. Most residents in the area have been allowed to return to their homes.  The people who live in the home with the sinkhole in the driveway have not yet returned, our crew said.

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