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"We Don't Know What Happened" St. Louis Officials Clueless As Downtown Sinkhole Swallows Car

In a development that should send a chill down the spine of every citizen of St. Louis – especially considering the city’s efforts to revitalize its violence-plagued downtown – a sinkhole spontaneously appeared in the city's downtown, swallowing a car that had been parked street side. And even more concering, city officials say they have no idea how it happened. Vincent Foggie, of the city's water division, said the hole was missing mounds of dirt that normally support the road's asphalt-topped concrete.
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