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Inside Edition 8 Jan 2021

Giant Sinkhole Causes Evacuation of COVID-19 Ward


An enormous sinkhole opened up causing the evacuation of a coronavirus ward. It happened in the parking lot of a hospital in Naples, Italy. The crater measured more than 60 feet deep and 22 thousand square feet across. Many vehicles were swallowed up, but no injuries were reported. Fire officials say they released rescue dogs to search for victims, but none were detected. Inside Edition Digital's Mara Montalbano has more.

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