What are you going to do when the ground below you suddenly disappears and a 100 meter deep hole opens up?
That just happened in Guatemala City.
“…Several houses and at least one lorry have been swallowed by a giant sinkhole in a poor district of Guatemala City. The hole is said to be more than 100m (330ft) deep. Residents said they had felt the earth shaking and heard loud noises before the houses collapsed…”
Read the whole news story at BBC News or dagbladet.no (Norwegian) .
full size images at dagbladet.no – low resolution images displayed for illustration only – all images from Reuters/Scanpix
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