Posted: February 25, 2013 in News

2012 The Awakening

Thursday, February 21, 2013

February 21, 2013 – NEW JERSEY, UNITED STATES – The sinkhole is 4 feet by 4 feet, and smack in the middle of the right lane of the Garden State Parkway.

Some 18 drivers discovered the deep rut in the highway the hard way after 6 a.m. this morning on their way south approaching the Driscoll Bridge. They were driving, and then the tires slammed into the hole, said Sgt. Adam Grossman of the New Jersey State Police.

A product called Cold Patch is used to temporarily fill potholes in Mount Olive. (Robert Sciarrino/The Star-Ledger).
A product called Cold Patch is used to temporarily fill potholes in Mount Olive. (Robert Sciarrino/The Star-Ledger).

The majority of the cars ended up with flat tires from the impact, and they pulled over to the shoulder in a long line ending on the bridge, said Grossman. But no injuries were…

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