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More land falls into sinkhole

ASSUMPTION PARISH, LA (WAFB) -

The Assumption sinkhole swallowed more land Tuesday.

Officials say the section that the section that fell on the southwest side of the sinkhole was 50 by 100 feet.

The newest part to fall is not expected to affect Highway 70.

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