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Water main break creates sinkhole in Saratoga
SARATOGA, Calif. (KGO) -- A water main break along a rural road in Saratoga created a large sinkhole this morning and a few residents there still don't have water.
Part of that road is now closed as San Jose water crews work to make repairs with detours in place for local residents. It's no small repair. The sinkhole is about 20 feet deep and 10 feet wide, and part of the road is caved in. The eight inch water main burst about 5 a.m., on Pierce Road near Sarahills Drive. Water officials say they hope to restore all water service later this morning.
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