Miami Beach construction crews are still working to fix a broken eight-inch water main that left 500 residences without water Monday evening.
All of those customers have since had their water restored and the North Beach neighborhood had its power restored on Tuesday morning.
The city said the repair was expected to be completed by midnight Tuesday.
About 40 customers are under a precautionary boil water advisory, according to the city.
The break also created a sinkhole on Crespi Boulevard between 84th and 85th Streets. A yellow Toyota sports car was a victim of the hole, but was later towed out of the opening in the road.
The driver was not injured.
The first sign of the break came Monday afternoon when the escaping water created the small sinkhole on Crespi.
Two cracks were found on the broken pipe, and water and infrastructure improvements were underway in the area, according to the city.
The contractor responsible for the construction is David Mancini & Sons, Inc.