DSNY plow truck becomes stuck in sinkhole on Tiebout Avenue in the Bronx

Utility crews responded to a large sinkhole in

Utility crews responded to a large sinkhole in the Bronx Monday.

THE BRONX - A Department of Sanitation truck fell through the street on Tiebout Avenue in the Bronx Monday.

Utility crews responded to 2235 Tiebout Ave. near East 182nd Street to make repairs.

The plow truck was reportedly carrying a load of road salt when the pavement caved in under its right side.

It's unclear whether anyone was injured.

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