AUTAUGAVILLE, AL (CNN) – Slamming on the brakes a little sooner would’ve been the right move here.
A Coca-Cola company van driver crashed Friday morning into a 12-foot-deep sinkhole that opened up in the middle of an Alabama road.
The hole appeared after heavy rains in Autaugaville the night before.
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