Louisiana Sinkhole Swallows Trees in Seconds

The sinkhole, discovered Aug. 3, 2012, has grown to 24 acres.
0:32 | 08/22/13

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We have been hearing a lot about the lately but we rarely ever get to see as seen coal happened right before our eyes wants these trees completely disappear. Innocent people this is -- old Louisiana -- you this video shot by local officials this morning we're told. The sequel is still active and growing. Right now there are no homes in danger but I -- this -- 25 acres in size right now and it's been growing for more than a year with a collapsed -- salt dome and -- that's a growing problem disabling really scary thanks and thanks.

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