WASHINGTON - A woman in northeast D.C. is now living in a hotel after she said a sinkhole opened up and caused major damage near her home.
Willistene Montgomery told FOX 5 that the sinkhole developed in late February. She told us that since she evacuated she has not been allowed to go back inside of her home. Montgomery said she found the massive hole when she noticed her fence was down in the rear of the house.
Willistene told us that the Red Cross provided her with a hotel room for a few days but now she is paying for the costs out of pocket. She has been unable to reach anyone from the District to help.