Madison Hell Hole

A Return to the Madison Street Sinkhole

Last modified June 2, 2017 at 9:17 am

Emergency crews have returned to the site of that massive sinkhole that opened on Madison Street in early May, caused by a burst water main.  It appears the asphalt patch was reopened a couple weeks ago to allow for additional work. They drilled below the roadbed to install what looks to be new piping infrastructure. The project […]

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Enormous Madison Street Sinkhole Plugged and Paved Over

Posted May 5, 2017 at 5:07 am

It took roughly 24 hours of round-the-clock emergency work before the gaping hell hole on Madison Street was plugged and paved. Crews from Con Edison and Department of Environmental Protection completed the necessary fixes yesterday, and by the evening rush, the casual pedestrian wouldn’t have known that a burst water main created a foreboding sinkhole. Now […]

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Emergency Crews Continue to Repair Massive Sinkhole on Madison Street

Posted May 4, 2017 at 5:08 am

Early yesterday morning, a twelve-inch water main beneath Madison Street burst, causing a gushing torrent and an enormous sinkhole to form. What started as a small pavement puncture, quickly collapsed under the weight of sustained vehicles. At one point yesterday afternoon, 10 businesses and 150 residents were without water. Workers from Con Edison and Department […]

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Massive Sinkhole Swallows up Madison Street 

Last modified May 3, 2017 at 1:51 pm

Thanks to a water main break, a massive sinkhoke just opened up on Madison Street, between Rutgers and Jefferson. The incident purportedly knocked out water to about 150 customers and 10 businesses in the area. According to NBC, The hell-hole formed earlier this morning after an MTA bus traveled over it, causing the street to […]

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