Sinkhole causes traffic headaches in Sorrento, deputies say
Single lane of traffic reopens as crews conduct emergency road repairs
SORRENTO, Fla. – A sinkhole caused traffic problems in Sorrento, according to the Lake County Sheriff’s Office.
Deputies posted photos Friday of a hole in the westbound lane of State Road 46 near Deerwood Farm Road. Sheriff’s Office officials said they were trying to establish a detour.
Drivers were being asked to go through DeLand or Apopka to travel between Sorrento and Sanford, according to a tweet from the Sheriff’s Office.
Sorrento Sinkhole: The sinkhole is in the westbound lane of SR 46 near Deerwood Farm Rd. Expect delays while deputies establish a detour. Reroute through DeLand or Apopka to travel between Sorrento and Sanford until the road is reopened. pic.twitter.com/RvsDAifT8H— LakeCountySO (@LakeCountySO) May 15, 2020
Officials with the Florida Department of Transportation said Saturday that a single lane of traffic reopened as crews conducted emergency road repairs.
Both directions of State Road 46 will be flagged through a single lane just east of County Road 46A, officials said.
Drivers should expect delays and seek alternate routes or avoid the area if possible. Please see attached map for alternate route options.— Wekiva Parkway (@WekivaPKWYinfo) May 16, 2020
Motorists are advised to maintain a safe speed while driving and allow extra time to navigate the area. https://t.co/Gz3IZcenry 2/2 pic.twitter.com/HM8zS2zxyj
Drivers were advised to expect delays and seek alternate routes or avoid the area if possible. Officials added that motorists are advised to maintain a safe speed while driving and allow extra time to navigate the area.
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