SANTA CLARA (CBS SF) — A 25-foot-wide sinkhole caused by a burst water main swallowed up two cars late Wednesday night when it opened up just behind Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara officials confirmed Thursday.

City officials said a 12-inch underground pipe burst under a commuter parking lot on Stars and Stripes drive late Wednesday evening. While crews shut off the water feeding the pipe quickly, the damage was clearly done.

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A KPIX 5 photographer on scene said two parked cars ended up in the 4-foot-deep hole.

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The vehicles have since been removed. City water and sewer crews has spent much of the day on scene doing repairs.

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There was no word when repairs to the sinkhole would be completed.