A huge sinkhole at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, KY swallowed 8 of the sports cars. Watch as it happens from a surveillance camera, then see the aftermath as a drone flies into the sinkhole. VPC
A Kentucky car museum plans to display the corvettes that were swallowed by a giant sinkhole.
Eight classic cars dropped into the sinkhole on February 12, when the ground opened up at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky. The museum wasn't opened, and no one was injured.
At the moment, the cars are still inside the hole. Work to get them out should start in a couple of weeks.
The museum has announced they'll put the cars on display before they are sent for repairs. The display will be open from April through July.