A massive water main break created a geyser sinkhole that swallowed a drill truck on August 8, 2016.
The water spewed more than 50 feet in the air just east of McCullough next to the Olmos Basin Golf Course.
Just after crews managed to get the water under control things got worse. The thousands of gallons of water released created a sinkhole in which the drill truck collpased.
A contractor hit a 30-inch water main while prepping for building a bridge across the creek.