Indiana sinkhole grows to 40 feet
A four-foot sinkhole in the backyard of an Indiana home has grown.
It's now a 40-foot hole after the rain this weekend.
It's at the home of Letitia and Frank Casto in Dyer. They've been fighting for years to get the sinkhole fixed, but it was never cleared for repairs because of where it sits - right near the boundary lines of Dyer, Schererville and Munster.
Now that it's grown, a construction crew has been called in and all three towns are working on an agreement on who will pay for the repairs.