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Jerusalem: huge hole in the ground swallows several cars

In Israel, a hole in the ground swallows several cars. Eyewitnesses film the incident that took place outside one of Jerusalem’s most important hospitals.

Jerusalem – Several cars were swallowed by a huge crater on Monday afternoon (June 7th, 2021) in front of the Shaare Zedek Medical Center, one of the most important hospitals in Jerusalem.

As reported by The Jerusalem Post, among others, a parking lot in front of the hospital in Israel collapsed. The cause is suspected to be construction work for a new route, in the course of which a tunnel under the hospital and the parking lot are planned. According to media reports, this is said to have collapsed in part.

Israel: Parking lot in front of the hospital in Jerusalem collapses

Ein riesiges Erdloch hat sich am Montag (07.06.2021) vor einem Krankenhaus in Jerusalem aufgetan und mehrere Autos verschluckt.


A huge hole in the ground opened up in front of a hospital in Jerusalem on Monday (June 7th, 2021) and swallowed several cars.

A surveillance camera had recorded the incident. Numerous videos have also been posted on social media. You can see three cars falling into the huge hole in the ground. There were no people in the vehicles, and no one was injured in the collapse in Israel. According to The Jerusalem Post, the area has been declared a danger zone and cordoned off.

A similar incident occurred in Italy * in January of this year. In front of a Corona * hospital in Naples, several cars had crashed into a huge crater. (uf) * and are part of IPPEN.DIGITAL.

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