PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – After a downtown sinkhole took Pittsburgh potholes to a whole new level, you can now commemorate the occasion with a Bridgeville Flyer bus ornament.

A local artist is promoting his new 2019 Sinkhole Commemorative Ornament on Twitter.

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Toby Atticus Fraley, a Pittsburgh based artist, says he’s now taking orders for the unique ornaments.

Each one is selling for $30, plus shipping, and they’re expected to ship out in November.

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A massive sinkhole opened up in downtown Pittsburgh on Monday during morning rush hour, swallowing the back half of a Port Authority bus and nearly a car with it.

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Both the bus and car have been removed, but the sinkhole still remains.

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Part of 10th Street will be closed for about eight weeks.