PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia firefighters rescued a worker trapped inside an 18-foot sinkhole late Saturday afternoon in Old City.

Police say the sidewalk caved in, and pinned a worker inside around 3:30 p.m. at 4th and Market Streets.

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The worker was rescued around 5 p.m. His condition is not known at this time.

PECO officials confirm there were no power outages in the area. PECO did check for underground equipment damage.

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SEPTA officials say service has resumed after it was interrupted during the rescue.

(Photo by: CBS 3)

(Photo by: CBS 3)

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