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Sinkhole closes one lane at Noble and Austin in north Toledo

TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -

A sinkhole has shut down one lane of the roadway near the intersection of Noble Street and Austin Street in north Toledo.

A Republic Services garbage truck had to be pulled from the hole by a tow truck.

Crews put cones around the hole, closing one lane to traffic.

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