Officials said the two homes at 1100 Robmar and 1112 Robmar have been completely removed from the properties and the sinkhole has been filled by city crews.
Thursday, November 14, the sinkhole opened up to the size of an estimated 96 feet wide and 56 feet deep, according to the city. The city of
Neighboring residents that were evacuated were allowed back into their homes as of Monday at , and officials said at this time, the sinkhole appears to be stable with no further cracks reported.
Crews said they used 5,000 cubic yards of dirt to fill the hole. In total, officials said current estimated costs accrued by the city's emergency response effort are $90,000.
City leaders said property owners affected, or with concerns, are encouraged to work directly with their insurance providers and professional consultants and that reports on sinkholes in
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