Construction begins at Corvette museum sinkhole

In February of this year, a sinkhole opened up inside the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

Starting on Monday, November 10, construction will begin to fill the sinkhole. It is estimated to take about eight months to complete.

The museum’s board was going to try and preserve the sinkhole, but decided against it because of the added cost for safety features.

The Skydome where the sinkhole is located should be back open to visitors in July of 2015.

For more information on the National Corvette Museum, click here.

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