Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Massive 25-foot-wide sinkhole opens up in the middle of Brooklyn


A massive sinkhole opened up at a busy intersection in Brooklyn, New York, on Tuesday morning, causing roads to close as water and gas lines were shut down. There were no reported injuries or reports of cars sucked deep into the Earth.

The hole is approximately 25 feet feet wide and 10 feet deep, according to My Fox NY. The sinkhole was first reported at around 8 a.m. ET, and the cause remains unknown.

The FDNY shared images on Twitter and stated that operations were ongoing.

#HappeningNow: ongoing #FDNY operations at sinkhole at 5th Ave & 64 St in #Brooklynhttp://pic.twitter.com/jFp2NjxkFC

— FDNY (@FDNY) August 4, 2015

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