HARDIN COUNTY, Ky. (News-Enterprise) – A small sinkhole caused issues for patrons of an Elizabethtown Chick-fil-A.
The hole opened Tuesday afternoon. According to the News-Enterprise, cones are now blocking off the hole. City officials are working with the property manager to fill the hole, which opened on private property. Shaw said the property manager will bring in a contractor to look at the hole and give them a plan for fixing it.
Officials urged residents not to worry because sinkholes are rare.
The restaurant is still open…except for Sundays.
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