In Lüneburg, Lower Saxony, a hole about five meters deep swallowed a 39-year-old passerby when the sidewalk in front of the administrative center gave way below him.
Lüneburg – Police and fire brigade moved out in Lüneburg on a mission that is neither common in Lower Saxony * nor in all of Germany. On Thursday morning, September 16, 2021, a hole in the ground opened up in Lüneburg that tore a passer-by five meters deep *. The unsuspecting pedestrian had to receive medical care, while the area around the accident site in the Lower Saxony city was cordoned off. The approximately five-meter-deep hole in the sidewalk is just before the passage from the intersection to the administrative center.
What happened to the man and the cause, reveals az-online.de
The police, fire brigade, AGL as well as the public order and civil engineering office of the Hanseatic city are on the scene and are currently determining the extent and cause of the so-called sinkhole. In the city center of Lüneburg there were massive traffic disruptions due to the hole in the ground. Two case studies show that Lower Saxony can basically be a dangerous pavement: On the one hand, there was a sharp discussion between bicycles and cars in Weyhe and, on the other hand, there were life-threatening scenes when weed the small pavement strip * in another Lower Saxony town. * Kreiszeitung.de and az-online.de are offers from IPPEN.MEDIA.