WEST POINT -- A sinkhole that opened up on Wednesday should be completely repaired by today, officials said.
The sinkhole at the intersection of 300 N. 2000 South, West Point, closed down the right-hand turning lane going north for a few hours Wednesday, said Vic Saunders, spokesman for Utah Department of Transportation.
The hole, about 5 feet wide and 8 feet deep, was caused by a leak from an irrigation pipe under 2000 West, also known as State Road 108.
Temporary repairs were made, with the final repair scheduled for early this morning. The pipe is owned by Clearfield Irrigation Co., and they hired a contractor to fix the pipe, Saunders said.
No cars were damaged, but a truck got stuck in the sinkhole around 1 p.m. Wednesday.