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Corvettes fell in a hole: video!

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13/02/2014 10:22 |  Comments: 

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Security cameras recorded as the precious Corvettes disappeared in the sinkhole.

Yesterday eight valuable Corvettes displayed at the National Corvette Museum fell into a big sinkhole developed under the museum’s Skydome. Now, the museum released a surveillance camera video, showing the floor collapsing and the cars disappearining.

Another footage shows the aftermath, specialists using a drone to survey the damages.

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