A car parking zone in Pennsylvania reportedly collapsed because of a sinkhole on Friday, consuming a number of parked automobiles.
One lady who skilled the episode on the Tanger Shops in Lancaster County described it as “actually insane,” telling WGAL that she believed the shaking was attributable to an earthquake.
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“I used to be really, I simply pulled in. My automobile was on and the whole lot and I used to be on my cellphone texting,” she recalled. “And earlier than I do know it, I really feel like this shaking. I believed it was like an earthquake or one thing. After which I lookup and I’m really like slanted.”
A number of individuals ran to her help, serving to her escape from the automobile, she informed WGAL. She stated that she “needed to get out on the passenger facet” and was “actually grateful” for the help.
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Six automobiles have been concerned within the incident and there have been no accidents, the outlet reported.
Lancaster is about 70 miles west of Philadelphia.
The Related Press contributed to this report.