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. Read the rest of this entry »
— Caroline May (@c_maydc) February 20, 2014
The Daily Caller‘s Caroline May writes: “The Museum paid more than $200k out of pocket as it was a matching grant,” she explained in an email. “With these simulators we offer free teen driving courses, international driving courses, older driver courses through the NCM Drivers’ Safety Academy.”
Frassinelli added that the simulators offer the capability for people to practice things that cannot be road tested, like dealing with a blow out tire and wheel drop off, as well as different weather conditions.