Sinkhole in Guatemala 2010

June 1, 2010 by Post Team 

Sinkhole in Guatemala 2010Sinkhole in Guatemala 2010:In the center of Guatemala City, Guatemala collapse in 2010 has opened. It is 30 meters in diameter, and the collapse in 2010 Guatemala swallowed a three-story building. This collapse was caused in part by Tropical Storm Agatha, which killed at least 115 people.
Sinkhole in Guatemala 2010

Guatemala The sinking in 2010 was opened on Monday afternoon. The collapse is 30 meters in diameter, 60 meters deep and is located in downtown Guatemala City. A three-story building was lost in the hole. One person was killed when the collapse Guatemala opened. This is the second large sinkhole opened in Guatemala for the past three years. In 2007, a similar collapse killed three people.
Guatemala sinkhole eruption continues

The disaster of the sinking Guatemala follows a long string of disasters, near Guatemala City. Four days earlier, the Pacaya volcano erupted, causing the original declaration of a state of calamity. ” Tropical Storm Agatha Among the eruption of Pacaya and earthquakes, the city of Guatemala has experienced more than its fair share of disasters. The small nation has been run into problems of debt management, and these disasters are sure to add the problem.
Official photos of the 2010 Guatemala Sinkhole

Before the sink in Guatemala 2010 news hit most international news services, photos were available. Guatemala’s government official Flickr account includes pictures of the sinkhole with no apparent purpose. Many parts of Guatemala have been evacuated because of Pacaya and consequences of the tropical storm. The state of calamity was declared over the weekend continue to expand the emergency powers the Government of Guatemala for the next month.
2010 Cause of Guatemala Sinkhole

The Sinkhole Guatemala 2010 had at least two causes – Tropical Storm Agatha and poor drainage. A sink is typically created when the water runs through rocks or support structures. The water slowly dissolves the rock, and eventually the weight above the area the area to abandon their studies. In Guatemala City, the collapse was caused in part by poor drainage, heavy water overwhelmed the building’s underground support.

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