A sinkhole in Toronto's Rathnelly neighbourhood that gained notoriety in 2018 after residents planted tomatoes inside it to spur city action is back again.
But this time, the city is moving swiftly to have it repaired before another tomato crop is planted, something one resident says they are prepared to do.
"We're keeping them in the back, but we're always ready to come and bring them forward if we have to," Masha Khesin told CBC Toronto on Tuesday.
The sinkhole on Poplar Plains Crescent, is several feet deep. It's been a major issue in the community in the Dupont and Avenue Road area for months, prompting residents to plant the tomatoes last year.