Sinkhole Swallows Eight Corvettes in Kentucky Museum
A sinkhole opened up this morning inside the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky, swallowing eight display cars. No one was hurt, thought the sinkhole was said to measure 20 feet deep and about 40 feet in diameter. Two of the cars were loaned from General Motors but the rest were owned by the museum. Apparently, sinkholes are pretty common in the area, as it sits on a karst region, or somewhere where there are several underground caves and springs.
By Jordan Moses
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