OTTAWA, Ontario (CNN/CBC) - Nobody likes to sit in rush-hour traffic but this is a whole new definition to getting stuck on the highway.
A driver in Canada's capitol city Ottawa went straight into this huge sinkhole.
The driver told police he at first thought it was a black tarp on the pavement, but once he realized it was a giant hole, it was too late to stop.
He wasn't seriously hurt, but his car was swallowed into a sewer pipe beneath the roadway.
The hole has since doubled in size and requires major repairs before the highway can reopen.
Authorities say problems with the sewer pipe likely caused the sinkhole to open.
Late Saturday night into early Sunday morning, a light band of freezing drizzle traversed the I-35 corridor eastward. With sub-freezing temperatures, even the light precipitation created major problems.
APD is responding to a 25 vehicle accident near the 5400 block of Ed Bluestein near Thurgood Ave.
A man is dead after being hit by several vehicles in the eastbound lane of Highway 71 Saturday night.
A representative at the Fayette County Sheriff's office said that Fayette County is effectively shut down due to icy conditions.
The Austin City Council is set to vote Thursday on design changes for the Auditorium Shores Dog Park.
Bryce Petty threw touchdown passes on the first two drives of the second half for No. 9 Baylor and the Bears won their first Big 12 title and a Fiesta Bowl berth with a 30-10 victory over No. 23 Texas on Saturday.