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CRAZY VIDEO: Earth Swallows Train Tracks, Road And Parked Cars

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KHQ.COM - Crazy footage of road, train tracks and cars being swallowed up into the ground in Baltimore, Maryland was caught on video. The street collapsed Wednesday, April 30th following storms and flash flooding the day before. Residents who live in the area say the street had been uneven for years but the city had ignored complaints to repair it.

19 homes nearby had to be evacuated due to the collapse and residents were told they may not be able to return for 40 days.
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