A broken 10-inch water main created havoc Thursday for parts of downtown Oklahoma City, according to city utility officials.
The break resulted in a large sinkhole near NW Second and N Villa Avenue, said Debbie Ragan, city utilities department spokeswoman.
Ragan said soil in the area of the break eroded and eventually caused a portion of the street to collapse.
Ragan also said a car fell into the sinkhole. However, neither the driver or passenger was injured.
Ragan said the car's owner will be able to file a claim with the city if the vehicle sustained damage.
City crews were continuing to work to repair the break late Thursday afternoon.