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  1. Guatemala City Sinkhole: How Did It Happen? - ABC News

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    Jun 01, 2010 · After Tropical Storm Agatha hit Central America over the weekend, a gaping sinkhole in Guatemala City swallowed a three-story building. According to some reports, the hole is about 200 feet deep.

  2. Guatemala City sinkhole so big, so round it 'doesn't seem ...

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    Jun 01, 2010 · From the air, the giant Guatemala City sinkhole appears so perfectly round and deep that photos of it almost look doctored.. Up close on the ground, “the only way to describe is to say it’s ...

  3. Massive Guatemala Sinkhole Kills 2 Teens - CBS News

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    Feb 23, 2007 · A 330-feet-deep sinkhole swallowed about a dozen homes early Friday in a crowded Guatemala City neighborhood, killing at least two teenagers and forcing the evacuation of nearly 1,000 people.

  4. A Hole From a Ufo Underground 2 Dead People Guatemala

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    A Hole From a Ufo Underground 2 Dead People Guatemala

  5. Sinkhole Facts

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    A sinkhole is a hole or depression in the ground that forms either gradually or instantly. They range in size from 3.3 feet to 2,000 feet in diameter and in depth, and most are the result of erosion, removal of rock by water, collapse of rock, decreasing water table, or even human activity such as mining, water main breaks, sewer pipe collapses, and over-pumping of groundwater.

  6. Sinkholes explained: How are they caused and what are the ...

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    Feb 08, 2017 · A sinkhole can range anywhere between a slight depression in the ground right up to an enormous hole reaching down half a kilometre. The world's deepest sinkhole is in Chongquig, China, reaching ...

  7. How Sinkholes Work | HowStuffWorks

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    The ground shook and a terrible smell wafted from the ruptured sewer lines that, along with rain, were thought to have caused the disaster. Although the catastrophe occurred suddenly, residents reported hearing and feeling the ground shaking about a month before the sinkhole appeared [source: Associated Press]. The government had plans to send ...

  8. 13 of the Biggest, Strangest, and Most Devastating Sinkholes ...

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    Aug 26, 2008 · Images (clockwise from top left): 1, 2, Google, 3, 4. 1. Qattara Depression. The vast Qattara west of Cairo, Egypt is the largest natural sinkhole in the world, measuring 80km long by 120km wide ...

  9. Tennessee Sinkhole - Giant sinkholes - CBS News

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    A gaping sinkhole opened in the bottom of a pool at the home of Brad Thelen in Erwin, Tennessee, on the evening of Dec. 7, 2011, draining the family's swimming pool. By the next...

  10. Sinkholes: The Human Impact | Britannica

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    Sinkholes appeared prominently in the news in 2013, in part because of the tragic death of Jeff Bush, a suburban Tampa, Fla., man who was swallowed up when a sinkhole formed directly beneath his bedroom. This incident was followed by several others in Pennsylvania, Illinois, Massachusetts, and