DAMN THAT’S A BIG HOLE: Large Sinkhole Opens Up Near Hakata Station, JapanPosted: November 7, 2016
The hole gradually became bigger. It measures up to about 15 meters deep, about 27 meters wide and about 30 meters long.
As water outflow and other phenomena were seen shortly before the occurrence of the sinkhole, construction workers had evacuated from the site. No one was injured.
Due to the accident in the business district, about 350 meters of the east-west road, managed by the city, was closed to all traffic.
Source: The Japan News
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