Added.angelburst29 said:Jan. 2, 2013 Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Three sinkholes opened up along North Fourth Street in Harrisburg, Pa.
The first sinkhole along Fourth Street opened Monday morning when a 6-ton city garbage truck fell partially into it. City officials said the hole was caused by soil erosion beneath the street due to a damaged water pipe connection.
City officials said a second hole opened about 11 p.m. Monday, resulting in the loss of water, gas and sewer service to the neighborhood
Combined map with ours.angelburst29 said:........ Interactive Map of current 29 Sinkholes in Harrisburg, Pa.
Already added before.angelburst29 said:Jan. 15, 2013 Hunan Province, China
Village of Lianyuan in southern China's Hunan Province suffers over 20 sinkholes in 5 months.
Added.angelburst29 said:Jan. 23, 2013 Oxford, Alabama
A sinkhole is not expected to delay the opening of the new Publix store in Oxford.
The sinkhole appeared this week on the grounds of a retail development called "Oxford Commons," located on Leon Smith Parkway at I-20.
The site was once part of the old antebellum "Davis Farm" and archaeologists say it was a Native American village before that.
Added.angelburst29 said:Jan. 24, 2013 DeLand, Florida
Officials are investigating a "good-sized" sinkhole in DeLand that has swallowed a large tree and a portion of a fence.
The Volusia County Sheriff's Office said the sinkhole opened near Mill Road and State Road 17. Officials estimated the hole to be 32 feet and 30 feet deep.
Can't really add this, but thanks.angelburst29 said:........ Map of known sinkholes in the state of Florida
Here’s a map provided with permission from floodinsights.com that is said to show “known sinkholes.” It’s provided by a service that charges a fee (one search is $9.95) to provide information about your particular home’s proximity to flood zones and sinkholes.
irjO said:I think in south america and africa there is not going to be that much news about sinkholes cuz there is a lot of country areas and if one of them appears in a city people would think is negligence from the government about the quality of the construction or whatever (negligence on infrastructure is common in third world countries) unless a huge sinkhole appears like the one from Honduras, then it could be reported!
Yozilla said:Another hole in Dalmatia and this is a BIG one - village Čupići, near town of Drniš! 100 m deep, 50-70 m in diameter... :O
Added.angelburst29 said:January 30, 2013 Birmingham, Alabama
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama -- Construction at Birmingham's $64 million baseball stadium is hampered with a recent discovery of a massive sinkhole at the entrance to the sports facility. City officials said the sinkhole, which was at least 100-feet deep, is repaired but forces the relocation of sewer lines at the site. The sinkhole was at the ballpark's plaza entryway on15th Street and 3rd Avenue.
Added.Savitri C said:http://danas.net.hr/crna-kronika/urusilo-se-tlo-vatrogasci-u-rupi-od-10-metara-pronasli-tijelo
Another (second, this year) one today in Croatia, Selnica, Međimurje county... It opened up on a meddow, 100 meters near houses...
it's 1 meter wide and 10 meters deep... and the police found a dead guy at the bottom.... :O not nice at all
Added.Yozilla said:Another hole in Dalmatia and this is a BIG one - village Čupići, near town of Drniš! 100 m deep, 50-70 m in diameter... :O