From Ohio History Central
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As a result of this sinkhole, ODOT created the Abandoned Underground Mine Inventory and Risk Assessment process. Under this process, ODOT employees are to try and identify mines under roadways and to make any necessary repairs to the mines and roadways before other sinkholes develop. Thanks to this process, ODOT identified and repaired the Interstate 70 and Interstate 77 interchange in eastern Ohio in late 1995 before a sinkhole developed.
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