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Sinkhole fixed on University Avenue

The intersection of University Avenue at Church Street has reopened after crews repaired a large sinkhole in Windsor, Ont., on Thursday, May 2, 2024. (Travis Fortnum/TV News Windsor) The intersection of University Avenue at Church Street has reopened after crews repaired a large sinkhole in Windsor, Ont., on Thursday, May 2, 2024. (Travis Fortnum/TV News Windsor)
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The intersection of University Avenue at Church Street has reopened after crews repaired a large sinkhole.

Work crews have determined the cause of a sinkhole discovered on Monday to be a catch basin lead collapse.A sinkhole appeared at the corner of University Avenue West and Church Street on April 29, 2024. (Rich Garton/CTV News Windsor)

Police and city officials quickly closed the area off without incident Monday.

Crews investigated and excavated the site and will finish back filling Thursday.

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