Giant Sinkholes Open Up In Portugal & Russia ! Swallowing Cars, Houses, ...




Perhaps... The Book Of Mormon Can Explain What Is Happening World Round-



It brings to my mind another similar scenario played out nearly 2000 years ago on this same continent:

"And behold, the city of Gadiandi, and the city of Gadiomnah, and the city of Jacob, and the city of Gimgimno, all these have I caused to be sunk, and made hills and valleys in the places thereof; and the inhabitants thereof have I buried up in the depths of the earth, to hide their wickedness and abominations from before my face, that the blood of the prophets and the saints should not come up any more unto me against them." (3 Nephi 9:8 )

Perhaps the Lord is just getting things ready for a repeat...?
 
Sink holes definitely in the news. Tennessee has had several too. I have a son serving in the Nashville Mission .


http://www.wsmv.com/story/22200878/s...-frequent-rain

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Sinkhole in California Swallowing up Neighborhood

What's with all these sinkholes around the world? I have never heard of so many sinkholes happening as I have the past few years. This latest on is going on in California.

http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/video/sink...10-12-19166366

More sinkhole reports


Massive sink hole opens in West Kildonan


A massive sinkhole opened up at the intersection of Airlies Street and Ashbury Bay on Sunday afternoon.

CTV Winnipeg

Published Sunday, May 12, 2013 12:59PM CST

Police have taped off the area around a large sinkhole near at the intersection of Airlies Street and Ashbury Bay.

The hole opened up shortly before 1:00 p.m. on Sunday. No word yet on what caused the sink hole.

CTV News will have more information in our 6:00 p.m. news cast.

http://winnipeg.ctvnews.ca/massive-s...onan-1.1278146

Bloomington man injured in sinkhole

By Emily Cutts

ecutts@pioneerpress.comtwincities.com

Posted: 05/12/2013 12:01:00 AM CDT
May 12, 2013 7:45 PM GMTUpdated: 05/12/2013 02:45:27 PM CD



A Bloomington man out walking with his wife on Sunday, May 12, fell into this hole after the ground gave in, police said. The man suffered injuries to his shoulder and face. (Pioneer Press: Emily Cutts)

A Bloomington man was injured after falling into a sinkhole Sunday morning, May 12.

The 65-year-old man was out walking with his wife and their two dogs just before 8:45 a.m. when the ground between a manhole cover and a sidewalk gave in, according to the Bloomington Police Department.

The sinkhole, near 102nd Street West and Scarborough Road, was 8 to 9 feet deep, police said.

The man was taken to Fairview Southdale Hospital with injuries to his shoulder and face, according to police. Police didn't release his identity. No other ground appeared to be unstable in the area. The cause of the sinkhole is under investigation, according to police.


Giant sinkhole near San Francisco swallows homes as families evacuate

May 12, 2013 14:58

A sinkhole in Lake County near San Francisco has been called a "slow-motion disaster."

A giant sinkhole in Lake County near San Francisco has begun the slow process of swallowing up homes.

Eight homes in the subdivision 100 miles north of San Francisco have been evacuated, while 10 others are on notice for potential imminent evacuations, the Los Angeles Times reported.

Mail deliveries to the area, called Lakeside Heights, have been stopped as a precaution as well.


Workers prepare to pull vehicles from a sinkhole that opened up on a residential street in the South Deering neighborhood on April 18, 2013 in Chicago, Illinois. (Scott Olson/AFP/Getty Images)


It is possible that all 30 of the neighborhood's homes will have to be abandoned if the sinking cannot be stopped.

"It's a slow-motion disaster," said Randall Fitzgerald, a writer who bought his home there a year ago.


The Lake County division, which was built 30 years ago, usually faces groundwater shortages. But officials believe that water bubbling to the surface all of the sudden may be a factor in the slow sinking, though they are not sure why.

"That's the big question," Scott De Leon, the county's public works director, told NBC News. "We have a dormant volcano, and I'm certain a lot of things that happen here (in Lake County) are a result of that, but we don't know about this."

Unlike Florida's sinkholes, which often appear rapidly, this natural disaster in Northern California's hilly volcanic terrain is moving slowly and unpredictably.

 
 
 
 
 

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