Friday, November 12, 2010

Sinkholes: Just What We Need

If there's one thing Flint doesn't need to deal with at the moment, it's a sinkhole. (Actually, there are dozens of things Flint doesn't need to deal with, but a sinkhole is one of them.)

David Harris of The Flint Journal reports:

Flint firefighters said the man was walking down the street when he walked over some asphalt and the street cracked. The man's entire right leg was submerged in the hole. It took six people to get him out of the hole, officials said.

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