SUMMIT COUNTY — A 16-foot deep sinkhole appeared on I-80 eastbound near the Wyoming border on Wednesday when a pipe below the road caved in. It will be a lot more difficult to fix than a sinkhole on a city street, for many reasons. For one, traffic is a lot faster, which makes it a lot more dangerous for workers. That’s why they’re trying to get it worked on as quickly as possible. “On a scale of one to 10 as far as difficulty goes, probably give it a seven,” said Devin Maxfield from Lyndon Jones Construction. Maxfield has fixed plenty of sinkholes before, but the one on I-80 eastbound about 16 miles from the Wyoming line is more challenging than most. “We’ll have to cut open a hole in the road, dig all of the damaged material out, refill it,” Maxfield said. More
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