Truman Boulevard reopens after water break swallows car

A water main break in Beverly Hills caused a huge hole in front of 11 Truman Blvd. in Beverly Hills. A vehicle was stuck in the hole up to its doors, and then was completely engulfed. (PHOTO: CCSO on Nov. 14, 2016)
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A water main break in Beverly Hills caused a huge hole in front of 11 Truman Blvd. in Beverly Hills. A vehicle was stuck in the hole up to its doors, and then was completely engulfed. (PHOTO: CCSO on Nov. 14, 2016)

A portion of Truman Boulevard in Beverly Hills has reopened to traffic.

On Monday, a water main break ended up swallowing a car.

Temporary repairs have been made, Citrus County Road Maintenance reports. Permanent repairs to the road surface will be scheduled for a later date. The water main is owned and operated by Rolling Oaks, a private utility.

If you have any questions, you may reach the Road Maintenance Office at 527-7610.

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