UPDATE: City Manager James Mavromatis tells 7News there is no definite time of completion yet.

He says cuts have been made in the road, but no excavation has happened.

The sewer is outdated and made of brick according to Mavromatis, and others of this kind are in several places around Steubenville.

STEUBENVILLE, Ohio (WTRF) — Officials in Ohio say a road could be closed for 10 days due to a sewer line collapse and a sink hole.

The city of Steubenville says Wellesley Extension from Carnegie Ave. to just north of Franklin Ave., and Franklin Ave. from University Blvd. to and including Wellesley Extension Intersection are closed to all traffic.

Officials say the closure will last approximately 10 days or until repairs can be made.