8 Classic Corvettes Swallowed by Sinkhole Caught on Tape

A massive sinkhole opened beneath the National Corvette Museum in Kentucky.
3:00 | 02/13/14

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Now to the stunning sinkhole at the national corvette museum in Kentucky. Eight classic cars all swallowed up. Reporter: Take a look at the security video from the national corvette museum in bowling green, Kentucky. You see the ground shake a little. Then a black hole seems to open up underneath the Orange car. But watch here. A short time later, the ground completely caves. Swallowing the iconic cars. The massive sinkhole, some 30 feet deep and 40 feet wide. From above, you can see the cars underneath the rubble on top of each other. Someone shared with me that they felt the value was around $1 million. Reporter: A total of eight cars gone if seconds, including the 1 millionth corvette. A 2009 zr-1. The fastest, most powerful, most expensive car made by gm. A fairly typical sinkhole as sinkholes go. The only atypical thing was it was under the corvette museum. Reporter: The collapse set off the motion detection system. That's hard to watch. See those classics go down like

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