BALTIMORE - Calls flooded in to 911 as the street swallowed up cars in Charles Village last week.
Now, we're hearing the voices of people walking past as 26th St. began to sink.
Crews are working 12 hour shifts -- seven days a week to stabilize the area. They're using sonar to identify potential weak spots and drilling giant holes in the road and placing steel pylons inside.
City official said it could take up to 40 days for those displaced from the road collapse to be able to return to their home.