An Indianapolis Fire Department engine was caught in a sinkhole on its way to a fire on the Southside Monday night.
The fire engine fell into the sinkhole at Boyd and Finley avenues on its way to a small fire in an unoccupied home in the area, according to an IFD news release.
The hole was about 4 feet by 8 feet, IFD said. It’s unclear when Monday night the firetruck fell into the sinkhole.
While no one was injured, IFD officials were not sure how much damage the sinkhole caused to the fire engine.