Apparent sinkhole in Millbrook

March 9, 2013

A section of county roadway in a home development between Seneca and Clemson has been closed to traffic this afternoon upon the discovery of the makings of a sinkhole. In Millbrook subdivision, on W. Camelia Lane, there is a small sized hole in the asphalt roadway, about half-way down from Millbrook Way. Corinth-Shiloh fire fighters awaiting the arrival of Seneca Light and Water suspect it’s a sinkhole caused, perhaps, by a broken water line nearby. If the worst suspicions are confirmed, according to Assistant Fire Chief Denny Caldwell, it’ll be several hours before traffic may be allowed in and out. W. Camelia Lane dead-ends into a cul de sac.

 

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