MAGNA, Utah — Crews are working Monday to patch up a section of a Magna road after a large sinkhole opened Sunday evening.
The sinkhole opened at about 7 p.m. at 8400 W and Main St.
Magna Water Board chair Mick Sudbury said the sinkhole is about the size of a small car.
According to the Greater Salt Lake Municipal Services District, the sinkhole opened after a 14-inch secondary water line sprung a leak.
Magna Water District crews shut off the water line and compacted the sinkhole with gravel.
On Monday, the southbound lanes of 8400 W will be closed near Main St. as crews finish patching the road.
People living in Magna and commuters are urged to avoid the area and find alternate routes.