Security Cameras Capture Corvette Museum Sinkhole Collapse As It Happens!
As you know that the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, KY was struck by a sinkhole early this morning. The sinkhole, which formed under the museum’s well-known Skydome, swallowed up eight cars on display and caused untold dollars in damage.
In the dimly lit video below, we see the floor buckle slightly under a row of Corvettes, chiefly under orange and blue examples, with some dust kicking up as a result. The floor appears to hold for a few moments before giving way, swallowing up a pair of cars and revealing the 40-foot sinkhole. Interestingly, subsequently released images of the sinkhole show a wider area of flooring having collapsed than what’s on view in this official video, so it appears to end prematurely. Either way, take a look at the literal fallout in our video below, and we’ll keep you informed as this story continues to develop.
The National Corvette Museum has just released a few more videos, some taken from a remote-control helicopter, showing the cars that crashed into the sinkhole. Check them out, along with the earlier security cam footage, below.