Toledo sinkhole swallows car

Published On: Jul 03 2013 03:31:01 PM EDT
Updated On: Jul 03 2013 04:56:08 PM EDT

The sinkhole is at North Detroit Avenue and West Bancroft Street. The car was getting dumped on by water flowing out of a main under the road.

TOLEDO, Ohio -

A large sinkhole in the middle of a road swallowed a car Wednesday in Toledo.

The sinkhole is at North Detroit Avenue and West Bancroft Street. The car was getting dumped on by water flowing out of a main under the road.

According to the Toledo Blade, the cause of the sinkhole may be a water main break.

The driver of the car climbed out of the hole about 12:30 p.m., according to the Blade's report.

She suffered non-life-threatening injuries, according to published reports.

Toledo Fire and Rescue snapped photos of the woman in the car while it was in the sinkhole and of a firefighter helping her up a ladder to get out of the hole.

Toledo Fire and Rescue also filmed the below video.

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Video of firefighters rescuing woman from Toledo sinkhole


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