A sinkhole, near the intersection of Shallowford Road and Lee Highway opened up this morning, and presented a challenge for motorists and engineers alike.
Crews have filled the sinkhole with what is called "flowable fill," requiring the closure of the two left-hand turns lanes for 2-3 days until a more permanent solution is completed.
Located in the left-hand westbound turn lanes from Shallowford Road to southbound Lee Highway, the hole appeared to be about five feet deep, and nearly 28 feet wide.
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