Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Police Department is wanting to advise the Public that until further notice that the intersection of Spencer Lane and Jackson Road is closed.
It is unknown but it is believed to be a possible sinkhole.
It is unknown at this time how long it will be until it reopens for normal traffic.
Bowling Green, KY – Two years ago, on February 12th, 2014, many people across the globe woke up to some startling news – a sinkhole had opened up inside the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky, and eight Corvettes were laying at the bottom of it.
Fortunately, the cars and building were the only things damaged as it occurred in the early morning hours before anyone was in the Museum. The story captivated those who watched it, and while the Museum initially planned to put the past behind them, the interest in the sinkhole and damaged Corvettes was undeniable.
Clarksville, TN – Dunbar Cave State Natural Area has been a State Park since 1973. The cave and its surrounding 110 acres have considerable scenic, natural and historical significance. The entrance offered shelter to prehistoric Native Americans as far back as 10,000 years.
Dunbar Cave State Natural Area will present many nature programs during the year. There are programs for children and adults.
Some of the upcoming events include: Port Royal Plant Hike, Cave Hike, Port Royal History Hike, Mysterious Underground World, Sinkhole in a Bottle and Mushroom March.
Clarksville, TN – Starting February 12th, 2015 the Clarksville Police Department reports that Arrowood Drive will be closed from the back entrance of Wal-Mart to Jordan Drive off of Purple Heart Parkway.
Those who drive around the barricades to get onto the blocked off roadway will be cited. The roadway is blocked off in order to keep those in the immediate area safe from injury and to prevent further damage created by the sinkhole.
Ceremonial “First Rock” Tossed Into Hole
Bowling Green, KY – It’s been seven weeks since construction work on the National Corvette Museum sinkhole began, with the ‘filling of the hole’ process officially starting yesterday, December 29th.
Museum Executive Director Wendell Strode cast the first rock, inscribing ‘Awesome God, Everyone Safe’ on it. “The good Lord let it happen. It was roughly a quarter to six in the morning and we did not have anyone in the museum. No staff, no visitors, no guests. We’re so thankful for that,” Strode said before tossing the first rock into the hole.
Montgomery County, TN – The Montgomery County Highway Department has closed a 100-foot section of Rabbit Run Trail, near Drake Road, for sinkhole repair.
The repair underway and is expected to be completed and the road reopened by Thursday evening, October 23rd.
We apologize for any inconvenience.
Clarksville, TN – Arrowwood Drive was closed yesterday, September 4th, due to a sinkhole that developed on park of the road.
Today, the Clarksville Street Department has opened the road to traffic.
Clarksville, TN – A sinkhole has developed on a part of Arrowood Drive in Clarksville and is requiring the Clarksville Street Department to close part of the road to all traffic immediately.
Arrowood Drive will be closed from the back entrance of Wal-Mart to the new Veterans Home currently under construction. Construction workers will be able to access that site via Jordan Road.
Bowling Green, KY – The National Corvette Museum Board of Directors held their quarterly meeting and finalized plans for repair of the Museum’s Skydome building, and the eight Corvettes affected by the February 12th, 2014 sinkhole collapse.
After careful review of additional information and revised plans with price quotes from the construction company, the board voted to completely fill in the sinkhole.
Guests offered opportunity to enter Skydome for close look at sinkhole
Bowling Green, KY – On February 12th the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, KY was handed a lemon… a 40′ wide by 60′ deep lemon to be exact. What the Museum did, in turn, was even more unexpected than the sinkhole itself. The Museum turned the misfortune into a tourist attraction.
“We started with a Plexiglas viewing window so guests could see the construction going on inside the Skydome, and eventually the recovery of the Corvettes,” said Katie Frassinelli, Marketing and Communications Manager at the Museum. “We always had one web cam available inside the Skydome, and due to the growing interest and popularity we added two more so our online visitors could get additional angles to view what was going on.”
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