Photos of Giant Sinkhole In Guatemala City

24 06 2010

Tropical Storm Agatha brought heavy rains to Guatemala City at the end of May 2010.

The rain caused a giant sinkhole in the city.

The sinkhole swallowed at least one three-story building!

It was a disaster.

Guatemala City is the capital of Republic Guatemala.

It is also the largest city in Central America.

Below are photos from AP.

A sinkhole created by tropical storm Agatha covers a street intersection in downtown of Guatemala City on Sunday, May 30, 2010. Torrential rains brought by the first tropical storm of the 2010 season pounded Central America and southern Mexico, triggering deadly landslides.(AP Photo/STR)

Neighbors gather near the site of a sinkhole in Guatemala City May 30, 2010. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair


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14 07 2012
Huge Sinkholes Around The World – Photos « Ahmad Ali Karim’s Weblog

[…] 2010, a giant sinkhole in Guatemala City caused by heavy rain from Tropical Storm Agatha swallowed at least one three-story […]

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11 06 2012
apaul822

wow scary

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11 06 2012
ahmadalikarim

Dear apaul822,
Thank you for visiting my blog. I think it’s scary too. Please visit my blog again.

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5 10 2012
apaul822

welcome

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7 01 2013
Paul Avila

welcome hope ur well in the year 2013

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10 01 2013
ahmadalikarim

Dear Paul Avila,
Thanks. I wish you all the best in 2013 too.

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24 06 2010
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[…] were heavy rains in Central America […]

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