Monday, July 13, 2015

Giant New Jersey sinkhole swallows a car

A 20-foot sinkhole forced the evacuation of four New Jersey homes after crumbling part of a roadway and swallowing up a car, police said. An underground water main break likely caused the hole to form suddenly in a residential area of South Amboy, New Jersey, a city about 20 miles south of Newark. 

There were no reported injuries, crews are working to secure the area and stop the sinkhole, which encompassed part of a paved street as well as a wooded area, from expanding

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