MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – A large sinkhole opened Sunday morning on a downtown St. Paul road.
St. Paul Public Works says the sinkhole appeared in front of Kelly’s Depot Bar on East Kellogg Boulevard in the city’s Lowertown neighborhood.READ MORE: Minnesota Weather: 'Heavy, Heavy, Heavy Snow' To Hit Northeastern Minnesota
Officials say the sinkhole appears to be caused by a water main break.READ MORE: 6 Straight Wins For Wild As Kaprizov Nets Shootout Winner Against Maple Leafs
Crews are working to repair the road and water main.MORE NEWS: Hastings Community Rallies In Support Of Child Outed As Transgender As Part Of School Board Election
It’s not clear when the road will reopen.
Crews fixing what was once a sink hole, started by a water main break along Kellogg Blvd right outside Kelly’s Depot Bar & Grill in dtown St. Paul. Bar owners said mud/water went into bar and basement, but all is ok now. Their concern is how long street repairs will take. @WCCO pic.twitter.com/8K3e3qSw7i
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