Vehicle that crashed into Prince George’s County sinkhole removed; crews still working on water-main

Crews were able to remove a vehicle that crashed into a sinkhole in Prince George’s County on Wednesday.

PREVIOUS COVERAGE: Driver evaded cones surrounding Clinton work area, crashed into sinkhole, officials say

The vehicle landed in the sinkhole after a driver evaded traffic cones around the work area.

Officials say the driver was able to escape the vehicle with only minor injuries.

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As of Wednesday evening, crews were still working to repair the water-main break that created the sinkhole, according to the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission.

According to the WSSC, crews were responding to a 30-inch water-main break at South Osborne Road and Crain Highway around 4:30 a.m. when the roadway collapsed into the sinkhole.

FOX 5 has reached out to the authorities regarding the condition of the driver and whether he might face any charges as a result of the incident.