The Brooklyn sinkhole emerged between Fourth and Fifth Avenues, New York Magazine reported. Several cars lined the collapsed portion of the street, with some hanging precariously near the edge. One car was especially close, hanging just over the lip of the hole, but it somehow managed not to fall in. “We’re so blessed,” the car’s relieved owner told New York Magazine. “If we were five minutes later or anything, we could have been in the hole.”
This is not the first time a Brooklyn sinkhole has appeared. In fact, there was another one in the same neighborhood earlier in the summer, NBC New York reported.
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