A driver had to be rescued after a car fell into a sinkhole in Toledo, according to CBS affiliate WTOL-TV.
WTOL reported the sinkhole opened at the intersection of Detroit Avenue and Bancroft in Toledo.
A water main break caused the sinkhole, local fire officials told WTOL.
After the car fell into the sinkhole, fire crews lowered a ladder, and the female driver climbed up.
She was unharmed but taken to a local hospital to be checked out.
Officials said the hole 20 feet deep and may grow larger. The car remains trapped in the sinkhole.
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