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October 2, 2014

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Sinkhole repair begins

The Alabama Department of Transportation has begun repairing a sinkhole on Alabama 21 South between Talladega and Winterboro. The sinkhole is at the 225 mile marker in the Mardisville community, approximately two miles south of Talladega, just off the southbound roadway. Southbound traffic on the usually four-lane road is rerouted into the northbound lane, where the road is two-way traffic on two lanes through the affected area. Weather permitting, work on the sinkhole is expected to last two weeks. The state spent $9.4 million for an emergency sinkhole repair project in the same area a little more than a year ago.

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