The huge sinkhole on North State Rd. between Pleasantville Rd. and 9A is going to be problem for Ossining and Croton drivers for the foreseeable future (see picture). The sinkhole extends across the entire road and prevents motorists from entering the gas station on the corner.
Briarcliff Manor resident Peter Seissler could be seen taking a look at the huge hole in the road with his daughter. "It's a problem obviously, but there's 'x' amount of manpower in the municipal governments—and so you have to deal with it," said Seissler.
In Ossining cars could be seen driving right though the stoplight at the intersection of Campwoods Rd. and Croton Ave., which has lost power. Many motorists didn't even notice that they were driving right though a traffic signal. Officials say that the stoplight is the only one that is still out in Ossining.
There are currently 1,022 people without power in Ossining right now.
On Ossining's waterfront the owners of The Boathouse Restaurant are moving everything back inside their building. "We had to take everything out of the restaurant. It took a day. We lost food, we lost stuff sure," said the owner of The Boathouse Restaurant Val Polidoro. She says she hopes the restaurant will be open by tomorrow night or Thursday.