Giant Sinkhole Poses Threat To Drivers In St. Paul

ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) — A section of an off-ramp in St. Paul has been closed because a sinkhole.

The Minnesota Department of Transportation has closed the Kellogg Boulevard off-ramp on northbound Interstate 35E because of a 6-foot sinkhole.

MnDOT said the sinkhole was created by water. Detours are posted and will stay up until maintenance crews can fix the sinkhole on Monday afternoon.

  • TW

    GIANT SINKHOLE consumes St. Paul, is Minneapolis next? Talk about exaggerating a story with a headline.

    • Joe

      sounds like the makings of a Hollywood blockbuster. Where do I sign up as an extra??

  • kim

    wheres the picture?

  • Jason

    If it’s blocked off, how does it pose a threat? Who writes your headlines?

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