Sinkhole in Guatemala 2010
June 1, 2010 by Post Team
Sinkhole in Guatemala 2010:Year 2010 has brought problems in Guatemala. The collapse is shown in the attached image appeared right in the center of a highly populated city in Guatemala late Monday after Tropical Storm Agatha. Reportedly swallowed a full three-story building next to a residential apartment and killed at least one person.
Pacaya volcano eruption was not the only problem to the residents of Guatemala suffered in recent days, there was a severe tropical storm is also seen in the neighborhood known as Agatha. The storm caused severe conditions of all the surrealists in the vast area where there was mud to the knees and the sand that followed heavy rains so clogged drains and sewer systems, roads fragile.
The reports show that the atrocious looking as a sink hole called tall structure surrounded the whole matter of seconds, while the spectators were left in a state of shock and terror. Multiple disasters strike in Guatemala City at the same time have caused many problems for locals and according to reports, some 100,000 or more people were forced to flee to safer places after two major events is, volcanic eruptions Agatha and storms.
The giant sinkhole created in the center of the city of Guatemala is reported to be 60 meters (180 feet) deep, while 30 feet in diameter while the same was created in the middle of a street intersection. It is believed that evil underground drainage and sewerage system caused this giant sinkhole, while other theories suggest that soil moisture content in soil may be the main factor behind the impressive event.
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