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Will the turf at Levi's Stadium swallow a player during Sunday's Super Bowl the way it nearly did with Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker in a game earlier this season? The NFL's playing-surface guru says no way. "I …
The Baltimore Sun · 2/4/2016
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Will the turf at Levi’s Stadium swallow a player during Sunday’s Super Bowl the way it nearly did with Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker in a game earlier this season? The NFL’s playing-surface guru says no …
Washington Post · 2/3/2016
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Will the turf at Levi’s Stadium swallow a player during Sunday’s Super Bowl the way it nearly did with Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker in a game earlier this season? The NFL’s playing-surface guru says no …
Canada · 2/4/2016
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Remember the sinkhole at the 49ers’ Levi’s Stadium that ate kicker Justin Tucker ’s foot when missed a 45-yard field goal? Here’s a reminder. Good news for the Broncos and Panthers, who will play Super Bowl …
Baltimore Ravens · 2/4/2016
A Baltimore sinkhole has opened up on the city’s northeast side this week, sucking in multiple cars parked on the street and forcing residents of several houses to evacuate. Officials are trying to determine the stability of the region and just how big ...
Examiner · 5/1/2014
While it's been dubbed "the Baltimore Sinkhole," in reality what we're seeing is more of a landslide. The sinking action begins at 1:14 in the video above. Dang. Amazingly, despite an entire city block just crumbling in on itself, nobody was hurt.
Gizmodo · 5/1/2014
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International Science Times · 5/1/2014
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The Huffington Post · 5/1/2014