Second large sinkhole forms at Cape Kiwanda on Oregon coast; visitors urged to use caution, stay back
A second sinkhole forms at Cape Kiwanda. Learn more here.
PACIFIC CITY, Ore. (KTVZ) — The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department is asking visitors to use caution and to stay away from the area where a second sinkhole has formed at Cape Kiwanda State Natural Area.
The second sinkhole was discovered Monday about 10 inches away from the first, which appeared in January. The new sinkhole measures about 10 feet across and about 30 feet deep and developed within the safety fence of the first sinkhole in the northwest corner of the lower dune, officials said Tuesday.
Park staff learned about the additional sinkhole late Monday evening when a photo was posted on social media. They expanded the safety…