Mexico | 16th June 2021 | Virtual Wire
The enormous sinkhole that formed in the fields of Santa María Zacatepec, Puebla, continues to grow. According to the latest report, the hole measures 126 meters by 122 in its largest and smallest perimeter, respectively.
The sinkhole caused the fall of a house that was on one side of the geological fault.
According to information from the Mexican newspaper El Universal, the house, owned by the Sánchez Xalamihua family, was composed of four bedrooms, a large patio, a laundry area, and an outdoor bathroom.
Authorities have reported that as part of compensation, the affected family will receive a donation of land and the construction of a house.
On June 10, they managed to rescue two dogs that had been trapped since Monday.
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