SOUTH BEND, Ind. (WNDU) - South Bend is still dealing with damage left behind by past floodwaters.
Work is winding down on a section of the East Bank Recreational Trail, south of Lasalle Avenue, where a large sinkhole formed and provided a peek at a piece of the city's history.
"[There] was some sort of structure down there about 20 feet deep and left over from [when] there used to be a woolen mill where [Tuesley Hall Konopa law offices'] site is back in the 1880s," the South Bend Community Investment Department's Dave Relos said. "It looked like there was a pipe heading out of it to the south. There was a channel or a tunnel, if you will, heading east toward Tuesley and Hall's parking lot."
The pipes have since been filled with a concrete-like material. The trail should reopen soon.