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Distracted Man on Scooter Drives into Sinkhole

Distracted Man on Scooter Drives into Sinkhole

It's like a scene out of an action movie: one moment, the city street seems calm and ordinary, and in the next moment, the asphalt and concrete crumble away, revealing a giant, gaping hole.

Unfortunately, it's not a scene from a movie—it was an event that unfolded recently in ...

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