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City crews work to stabilize sinkhole that formed near Montebello Water Treatment Plant

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The sinkhole formed from a 9-foot storm water main dating back to the 1880s. The sinkhole was found on the property of the Montebello Water Treatment Plant. There was no impact to water customers at this time, a plant spokesman said. It is not affecting operations at the plant, he said.
Published 3 months ago

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