A deluge of rain hit the southern states of the US in the last few days. Many areas are still under a state of emergency. In Knox County, Tennessee, the situation has improved, but the side-effects of the heavy rains start to pop-up. For example this 7.5 meters (24.6 feet) wide and 18 meters (59 feet) deep crater in Powell, Tennessee:
Yes people look fairly small besides this huge hole in the ground.
The authorities warn the population about the danger of new sinkholes and urge residents to be cautious.
This BOMB CYCLONE is responsible for the unprecedented rains that have flooded US southern states in the last few days.
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