Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Caught on camera: Sinkhole swallows resort building in Florida (VIDEO)







A sinkhole caused a section of a central Florida resort villa to partially collapse while another section of the villa was sinking.

About 30 percent of the three-storey structure collapsed.

The villa at the Summer Bay Resort, Clermont, FL (between Leesburg and Orlando)  had already been evacuated and no injuries were reported.

Florida has a long problem with sinkholes, which cause millions of dollars in damage annually.


 
 
 
 
 
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A 60-foot-wide sinkhole formed under a resort in central Florida late Sunday, forcing guests out of their rooms as one three-story building collapsed and another slowly sank.

Guests at the Summer Bay Resort in Clermont, about 10 minutes from Walt Disney World, called for help before the collapse, saying they heard loud noises and windows cracking. All guests inside the buildings -- an estimated 35 people, authorities said -- were evacuated before the first structure crumbled.










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