Earth's campaign against the human race extended as far as Baltimore, where a giant sinkhole chewed up some cars.
colleagues flooded out of the three-floor agency with the slow realization that the cars parked along 26th Street weren't there.
“The building shock almost like the earthquake but not quite as bad. … I came out and the street was gone. Just like that,” Bob Leffler, founder and president of the agency, said. Residents told ABC2 News reporter Brian Kuebler that the collapse took about 15 seconds and sounded like the dull roar of thunder.
(thanks to Jesse Walker)