A sinkhole opened up in a Northeast Philadelphia street after a large water main break.
The main burst open early Thursday morning under the 8800 block of Bradford Street in the Rhawnhurst section of Philadelphia.
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The force of the gushing water caused a portion of the asphalt street to cave in. A gray Chrysler minivan that was parked along the block had begun to fall into the hole.
A steady stream of water could be seen bubbling up from a break in the middle of the street. The water ran down the block, over sidewalks and in the street, to a storm water inlet nearby.
The Philadelphia Water Department was dispatched to the scene to turn off the water flow. The water supply line was closed around 7:15 a.m.
Police and fire crews have blocked off the street as a precaution. Crews continue to work at the scene.
It's unclear whether neighboring homes sustained damage.