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As I headed east across Tennessee this week, a giant hole opened up in the highway and tried to eat cars and trucks. A sinkhole, to be precise, gaped across I-24.
25 feet deep, at least 40 feet wide. Would have destroyed any car which plunged into it.
Repairs still going on as of this posting. It doubled in size overnight. 13 miles of the highway closed.
Tennessee tried to kill Infocult, but we survived.
One scary but happy story involves a DOT worker who saved lives.
May 20, 2010 at 10:08 in Gothic as everyday life, On the road | Permalink
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but wait...there's more from the gaping maw that is Detroit: http://bit.ly/c9JR4B.
May 21, 2010 at 16:58
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