Repair Work Wraps Up on That Car Eating Sinkhole in Studio City

Nearly two months after a sinkhole swallowed two cars during the strongest rainstorm of the year, repair work is complete in a Studio City neighborhood.

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Workers have been at the site of sinkhole in Studio City since it swallowed two cars during a Feb. 17, 2017 rainstorm.
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City of Los Angeles
Workers at the site of the sinkhole just off Laurel Canyon Boulevard. The work includes a sewer line under Laurel Canyon Boulevard.
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AP
A worker keeps watch on a sinkhole Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017, in Studio City, north of Los Angeles.
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AP
Inspectors examine a sinkhole Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017, in Studio City.
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KNBC-TV
Two cars were swallowed by a sinkhole that opened in Studio City during a powerful Feb. 17, 2017 storm.
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An aerial view of two cars in a sinkhole during a Feb. 17, 2017 storm in Studio City.
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Toni Guinyard
One of two cars that was pulled out of a sinkhole in Studio City, pictured on Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017.
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Toni Guinyard/KNBC-TV
Laurel Canyon Boulevard was partially back open to traffic as sinkhole repairs continued Friday March 10, 2017.
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Toni Guinyard/KNBC-TV
Drivers head south on Laurel Canyon Boulevard Friday March 10, 2017 near the site of sinkhole repairs.
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Toni Guinyard/KNBC-TV
Pipes above ground near the site of a sinkhole. Pumps on the underground line will be turned on Monday March 13, then crews can fill the hole and repave the area.
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Toni Guinyard/KNBC-TV
The work is expected to continue through the end of March after damaged caused by a sinkhole Feb. 17, 2017 in Studio City.
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