Crews pull firetruck from sinkhole near Grant Park; road repair expected Friday

Crews pulled a firetruck from a sinkhole near Ninth and Ivory Thursday evening. The firetruck was responding to a main break at the intersection when it became stuck.

According to a tweet from the City of Spokane, a 6-inch, cast-iron main broke. Crews worked to repair the break and turned the water back on for residents in the area Thursday night. Crews plan to head back Friday to repair the road.

Crews proceeding with water main repairs at Ninth & Ivory. Broken main is a 6-inch, cast-iron main. Water will be back on to affected homes tonight. Street repairs will be planned for tomorrow. #SpokaneStreets

— City of Spokane (@SpokaneCity) May 17, 2019

Crews pull firetruck from sinkhole near Grant Park; road repair expected Friday

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