Cavern bears watching

Registered professional geologist Mark Hostetter holds on to a fence while trying to gauge the size of what he feels sure is a cavern under 514 Broadway Boulevard and surrounding parcels. When first reported two weekends ago, the space is said to have held water that was some seven-feet deep. – MARK BROWN | THE STANDARD BANNER

The biggest hole at In and Out Donuts is not the one that surrounds the entrance of the closed business.

Rather, it appears to be one under it, and it’s not a run of the mill sinkhole, says a professional geologist.

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