Hurricane Michael Creates Giant Holes in Florida Town, Threatening Homes and Cemetery
According to Weather.com, an excessive amount of rain from Hurricane Michael opened a massive crater in Bristol, Florida, a small town 45 miles west of Tallahassee.
“The giant opening has already swallowed trees and pavement, but now, it’s threatening housing duplexes — one of which had to be evacuated — and a nearby cemetery.”
More rain could cause it to get larger, which is concerning to residents.
“I’m worried it’s going to come down to my house,” said resident Charlie Gitto told the Tallahassee Democrat. “This is scary. I’m afraid somebody’s going to get hurt in this.”
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