DETROIT – It has been nearly two weeks since the ground buckled in Southwest Detroit and officials still don’t know what caused it.
The street broke and buckled upward -- the ground is so unstable under the street and under a nearby dispensary that the building had to be taken down. There are 53 homes near where the incident happened and 17 different agencies have dozens of engineers looking for a cause.
Detroit Chief Operating Officer Hakim Berry said it’s a delicate process and is dangerous for investigators. They have to work not to trigger another shift as they dig for clues.
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