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110 Freeway Update: Could Be Open in the Early Evening

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Workers with the California Department of Transportation assess the condition of a large sinkhole on the northbound 110 Freeway in South Pasadena. Crews continue to work filling in the hole that spread across the left and center northbound lanes. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

Caltrans' Jeanne Bonfilio called to give the latest update on theall-day closure of the Northbound 110 Freeway at Fair Oaks Blvd. She says the 15 foot (both in width and depth) sinkhole caused by the original and now broken drainage pipe from the 1940s is being replaced by a new 20 foot piece. "We're trying to get the freeway open early this evening. It's really hard to say an exact time."

Video from CBS2 is below.