In two days, it’s as if the giant hole in the road had never existed.
The street in the Japanese city of Fukuoka has been reopened, which was totally destroyed due to a rupture in the water pipes that caused the opening of a hole 30 meters in diameter.
Japanese authorities have completely repaired the road and apologized for the inconvenience caused by the incident.
There are no injuries to register, but all transport to the area has been cut, as well as light, water and gas.
According to the Telegraph, the mayor of the city, Soichiro Takashima, ensures that the problem in the conduits has been solved and the road is now 30 times stronger.