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Baltimore Landslide Suddenly Swallows At Least 10 Cars
landslide sent at least 10 parked cars tumbling over a 30-foot drop on
Baltimore's E. 26th Street Wednesday, and residents of the neighborhood
say they saw it coming.
neighbors have called the city over the past year, they patched it with
blacktop. But over the winter, because of the snow, it just kept
cracking. I got home at 3:30 and there were already several cars, about
eight of them, settling into the ground," one witness told CBS Baltimore.
retaining wall collapsed after the area got more than 3 inches of rain
over the past two days, causing the cars to drop onto railroad tracks
used by Florida-based transportation company CSX. The tracks are closed
for now, but passenger train service, including Amtrak, wasn't
pressingly, residents of the block have been forced to evacuate their
homes while the city assesses the damage. Department of Public Works
engineers were out today, making sure gas and electric lines weren't at
risk. A nearby elementary school was also closed.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said the cause of the collapse hasn't yet been determined.
Edited by tatee - May 01 2014 at 6:30pm