Giant 32-meter wide and 50-meter deep crater swallows up parts of a field in Russia


This huge crater opened up in the middle of a field creating a 30 meters wide and a 50 meters deep hole in the ground near the village of Neledino in Nizhny Novgorod region. It is just amazing how karst soils can suddenly collapse, crumble and form giant sinkholes in the ground… Without any notice and within only tens of seconds!

Oh!!! Another giant crater in Russia. via VK
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The hole in the ground is 50 meters deep and seems to have water at the bottom.
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The crater is 32 meters wide and 50 meters deep. via TVzvezda
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The huge sinkhole opened up in the middle of a remote field. via VK
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The soil is karstic in this area of Russia. Such holes open up predominently in karst environments. via VK
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The karst layers. via VK

Here some videos of the new sinkhole in Russia:

The huge crater in the ground opened up on July 25, 2018.

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