A bicyclist detours around a Cleland Site Prep crew on Wednesday as the workers repair a sink hole that opened up when a drainage pipe failed over the weekend beneath the bike path along Grasslawn Avenue in Port Royal Plantation. "The pipe is so deteriorated it's like Swiss cheese," said Bill Dobbing, a Cleland worker at the scene, "as these pipes get older and older, more of these are going to happen."
A bicyclist detours around a Cleland Site Prep crew on Wednesday as the workers repair a sink hole that opened up when a drainage pipe failed over the weekend beneath the bike path along Grasslawn Avenue in Port Royal Plantation. "The pipe is so deteriorated it's like Swiss cheese," said Bill Dobbing, a Cleland worker at the scene, "as these pipes get older and older, more of these are going to happen." JAY KARR | The Island Packet
A bicyclist detours around a Cleland Site Prep crew on Wednesday as the workers repair a sink hole that opened up when a drainage pipe failed over the weekend beneath the bike path along Grasslawn Avenue in Port Royal Plantation. "The pipe is so deteriorated it's like Swiss cheese," said Bill Dobbing, a Cleland worker at the scene, "as these pipes get older and older, more of these are going to happen." JAY KARR | The Island Packet

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