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HALETHORPE, Md. (WJZ)–A sinkhole opens up forcing a road closure in Halethorpe. It happened last night at the intersection of Selford Road and Ringwood Drive. The road was closed as repairs were made to the …
CBS Baltimore · 5/18/2015
Baltimore sinkhole appeared in the city Wednesday, and it has been devastating. After a major storm made its way to the northeast of Baltimore, the long sinkhole followed, swallowing cars and causing the evacuation of many. The Baltimore sinkhole opened ...
Travelers Today · 5/1/2014
When is a sinkhole not a sinkhole? When it's a landslide. According to geologists, the block-long "Baltimore Sinkhole" that opened on Wednesday in a northeast residential neighborhood—injuring no one but pulling in several cars, sidewalks, and ...
National Geographic · 5/2/2014
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A massive Baltimore sinkhole consumed at least 10 cars on Wednesday after it opened up and left a scene reminiscent of an action movie. One motorist who lost his car to the sinkhole said that it all happened in just a matter of seconds. Apparently ...
The Inquisitr · 5/1/2014
On Wednesday on an urban block in Baltimore, local TV news crews rushed to the site of a disaster: Several cars and half the street had tumbled into a railway ravine. No one was injured in what they took to calling the "Baltimore Sinkhole." Like Us on ...
International Science Times · 5/1/2014
An enormous sinkhole has opened up in a residential neighbourhood of north-east Baltimore in the US. It appeared as if there had been a landslide, a witness is reported to have said. Measuring a block long, the sinkhole sucked in several cars and forced ...
BBC · 5/1/2014
BALTIMORE - About a dozen parked cars tumbled in a massive "sinkhole" in Baltimore Wednesday. WATCH: Live stream from the scene of the sinkhole where cars continue to slip from the road to the pit of mud and debris below. (click) Please avoid the …
ABC 2 News · 4/30/2014
Video filmed by an onlooker shows the jaw-dropping moment a huge sinkhole swallows a whole street in the US city of Baltimore. A row of cars is already teetering on the edge of a stretch of collapsed tarmac after the sinkhole had partially formed.
Daily Telegraph · 5/2/2014
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
Baltimore — A block-long section of a residential street has collapsed in Baltimore, sending cars sliding down a steep embankment onto railroad tracks and forcing the evacuation of several homes. No injuries have been reported. Nels Schumacher told The ...
The Christian Science Monitor · 5/1/2014