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Stunning video shows second goliath sinkhole swallows van in the Bronx

Stunning video shows second goliath sinkhole swallows van in the Bronx

Wild video shows a huge sinkhole opening up in the Bronx — then totally gulping a worker’s van.

At the point when CBS2 previously showed up at Radcliff Avenue in Morris Park after Monday’s weighty downpours, the opening was at that point the length of something like three vehicles, with vehicles arranged on its edge.

As its cameras rolled, the ground under a stopped white van out of nowhere begun disintegrating — gradually tipping to one side before it totally tumbled into the vast opening.

Spectators, many likewise getting the fall on film, yelled out in shock, as the accident set off a progression of vehicle cautions.

Before his van was gobbled up, proprietor Tony Papadodoulos had as of now
consoled CBS2 that he was not stressed on the grounds that he was “alive.”

A massive sinkhole swallowed a van in the Bronx after the Big Apple experienced torrential rain.
A massive sinkhole swallowed a van in the Bronx after the city experienced wild weather.
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Officials respond to the massive sinkhole.
Officials respond to the massive sinkhole.
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“I’m all right. Lose the van … it’s life,” he said.

The Department of Environmental Protection could not confirm that the sinkhole was caused by the huge storm Monday, although it had started at the same time, CBS2 noted.

Officials were also investigating if it was connected to a sinkhole that opened up on the same block nearly a year ago, the outlet said.

Van owner Tony Papadodoulos told CBS2 that he was not worried about his van being swallowed by a giant sinkhole in the Bronx because he was "alive."
Van owner Tony Papadodoulos told CBS2 that he was not worried because he was “alive.”
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The large sinkhole seen from a different angle in the Bronx.
The large sinkhole seen from a different angle in the Bronx.
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“It took them three months for them to fix the work and we didn’t have water,”

one resident, Joey Saadah, griped about the previous hole last August.

“Now, we’re gonna have no water”
again, he said.

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