WADESBORO, N.C. - Wadesboro McDonalds re-opens after 2-month closing due to sinkhole
The Anson County McDonalds has reopened after a massive sinkhole caused it two closed roughly two months ago.
Officials said the heavy rains in late July caused the sinkhole off I-74 in front of the Wadesboro McDonalds.
A second round of storms made the sinkhole bigger in mid-August.
McDonalds re-opened to customers early Monday morning.
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