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A block-long sinkhole opened up in a residential neighborhood in rain-soaked Baltimore on Wednesday, devouring cars and forcing the evacuation of several houses.
The sinkhole opened next to railroad tracks used by CSX in the first block of 26th Street in northeast Baltimore, the Mayor’s Office of Emergency Management said. A photo uploaded to the Twitter account showed several cars swallowed in the pit.
CSX said an embankment collapsed onto the railroad tracks. It said rail traffic in the area has been suspended.
Residents in the rowhouses on the block were being evacuated and a building inspector was called to the scene, the fire department said.
originally posted by: ParanoidAmerican
That is not a sink hole. That is a mud slide. IMO
Still sucks hope it don't cross the street.
originally posted by: DarknStormy
a reply to: snarky412
There is something odd about that photo, maybe it's just me but what was actually there before the mudslide/sinkhole?