Sinkhole Swallows Car after Truck Hits Fire Hydrant

The gushing water caused the cement to buckle, creating a sinkhole that sucked in a parked car.
3:00 | 02/25/14

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Resort chain of events after hit run accident in South Florida it ended with a sinkhole swallowing the car of an innocent bystander in -- hill. They say driver who hit a woman took off eventually crashed into a fire hydrant a buildup of the gushing water caused the cement to buckle it created -- sinkhole. And sucked in a parked car. By the time I got outside. The water was just surrounded just bubbling around it -- it was really sinking and sinking sinking to them. Even more than. And now it's really really meant. Bottle of tequila spot and hit and run drivers truck she now faces -- charges.

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