Several parked cars were "eaten up" by a large sinkhole which occurred on April 30 in Baltimore.

Several parked cars were "eaten up" by a large sinkhole which occurred on April 30 in Baltimore.

YouTube user ToddTesla filmed the attached footage at the end of last month in Baltimore within the Charles Village neighborhood where a retaining wall situated on East 26th Street collapsed, thus sending several parked cars on the CSX trail tracks below. Luckily, at the moment of impact nobody was inside the affected cars so there weren't any injuries reported.

According to The Baltimore Sun, the nearly 120-year-old wall collapsed as a result of "a month's worth of rain" which also closed several roads and flooded streams. Baltimore's officials evacuated 19 adjacent homes along the affected street and asked residents to stay away from that area.

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