HARBOR, Oregon (WABC) --Highway 101 in Oregon is closed because of a widening sinkhole.
It started to move around noon Thursday, after an overnight storm.
The first sinkhole developed in mid-December in a diner parking lot in Harbor, but the ground became unstable after storms battered the local area.
A section of Shopping Center Avenue - parallel to Highway 101 - began to slip away on Thursday, according to Jared Castle, a spokesman for the Oregon Department of Transportation.
Police cordoned off the area and set up a detour for drivers.
ABC News contributed to this report.