The Bayou Corne Sinkhole was formed near Baton Rouge Louisiana last September, likely as a result of the failure of salt caverns below. This video shows a stand of trees being swallowed by the sinkhole in pretty dramatic fashion.
A 200-ft plus diameter sinkhole, about 50-ft deep opened up about 75 miles southwest of Lubbock, Texas, near Denver City on Monday, 7/27/2009 at 11pm. Check out the video below which is basically some aerial still photos. Credit to Geology.com. (Image from KCBD Video) […]
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