A cement truck plunged into a sinkhole on Livingston Street in Downtown Brooklyn Monday afternoon, according to the authorities.

The 80,000 pound truck sank into the Flatbush Avenue-bound bus lane near Bond Street just after 1 pm on Aug. 24, but luckily no injuries were reported, according to a spokesman for the Fire Department.

The truck, owned by East Williamsburg firm U.S. Concrete, hit a plate in the road covering a trench for the installation of sewer pipes.

A cement truck fell into a trench on Livingston and Bond streets in Downtown Brooklyn Aug. 24. Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City

A cement truck plunged into a sinkhole on Livingston Street in Downtown Brooklyn Monday afternoon, […]

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