Crews in Doney Park, a suburb of Flagstaff, Arizona, helped tow a district school bus to safety after it became stuck in a sinkhole on Friday, March 24.
According to Coconino County, “river-like flows” caused a portion of the roadway to collapse in the Doney Park neighborhood on Friday morning.
“A school bus drove over the area and broke through the roadway surface,” they said, adding that no students were on board the bus at the time and the driver was uninjured.
The road remained closed to the public while crews evaluated the road damage, according to the post. Credit: KAFF News via Storyful