The massive sink hole that forced people out of their homes along North Fourth Street in Harrisburg is finally fixed and the road re-open. This sink hole has caused headaches for people living on the street since January. People were living in shelters and without water and gas for some time.
Just last week the repairs were complete, and now people who live on the street say it’s the little things that they appreciate now that the work is done.
“ My family, they come over and the road wasn’t repaved then I would have to walk down to the other end to meet them but now it’s more convenient because the road is repaired,” says Dawn Gumby
The city was recently awarded a $900,000 loan to repair that sinkhole.