Hoboken Road May Stay Collapsed For Weeks

HOBOKEN, N.J. (CBS 2) — Commuters could be waiting a month or more before a stretch of road near Hoboken’s waterfront is passable again.

Chopper 2HD was over Sinatra Drive on Friday just after the roadway collapsed between 12th and 14th Streets.

A city spokesperson said they hoped to know what caused the collapse by Tuesday, but it could take up to four weeks to get fixed.

One theory is coastal erosion was a factor.

No injuries were reported in the collapse.

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  1. iRunThis says:

    It’s gotta be Bush’s fault!

  2. haywoodjablowme says:

    ifs its hoboken then dont fix it…

  3. dlnelson says:

    Maybe the 2012 theory or Gov Christie broke wind. Hey! Stay away from those bean burritos heavy on the salsa sauce.

  4. wantfrieswiththat says:

    It’s gotta be global warming.

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