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[Commonwealth of Kentucky]
Section of Dishman Lane in Bowling Green Collapses
Posted: 1-Mar-2002 5:41AM CST

A large section of Dishman Lane in Bowling Green collapsed Monday evening. The damage is described as "a 40-foot collapse that encompassed an area about the size of a football field." Four cars were caught in the collapse, but there were no reports of injuries. There is no agreement on the cause of the collapse: some claim that a cave my have collapsed underneath the roadbed. The Bowling Green Road Department does not know when the damage will be repaired. The road, built by the City of Bowling Green, opened about two years ago.

More information: Daily News: Dishman Lane Collapses [Outside Link] Daily News: Experts Disagree on Cause [Outside Link]

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Updated: 1-Mar-2002 5:41AM CST

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