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Corvette Museum Skydome sinkhole viewing to end

Visitors stood in June at the rim of the sinkhole inside the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green. The sinkhole has begun to be filled.
Visitors stood in June at the rim of the sinkhole inside the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green. The sinkhole has begun to be filled. Herald-Leader

Bowling Green: Construction is scheduled to begin Monday on the sinkhole that opened earlier this year at the National Corvette Museum.

It’s expected to take approximately eight months to complete at a cost of $3.2 million.

Eight prized sports cars topple inside the hole when it opened and it took two months to recover them.

A plexiglas viewing window will be open during construction for guests to view the progress, and a temporary sinkhole mini-exhibit will be available in the museum, providing photos, videos, details and artifacts.

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