PLEASANT HILL (CBS SF) — Crews will complete repairing and resurfacing a Pleasant Hill street by Sunday evening, after a sinkhole that opened up Friday night forced the closure of the street, according to police.

Contra Costa Boulevard is expected to be open by 5 p.m., according to police.

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Police closed the street Friday around 9 p.m., when a sinkhole appeared after a water line had ruptured.

A water line located beneath the roadway surface of the southbound lanes broke, causing water to escape through the cracks in the street, flooding the roadway and nearby businesses, police said.

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The continuous water flow also caused the large sinkhole to develop.

The repairs come just in time for a Fourth of July parade scheduled for Monday morning.

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