UK Today News: Tropical Storm Agatha Batters Central America, Creates Sinkhole in Guatemala
Guatemala Sinkhole, Sinkhole Guatemala, Guatemala Crater, Tropical Storm Agatha, Honduras Storm: A huge sinkhole in the country of Guatemala has swallowed a large intersection of a street, including a house, a building and a security guard. Reports say that 115 people have died after a tropical storm struck Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador over the weekend.
The reason behind the Guatemala city crater was Tropical storm Agatha, that reportedly weakened the street infrastructure. These reports are not yet confirmed and many people are still trying to find out the real cause of the Guatemala sinkhole.
The pictures of the Guatemala sinkhole show just how devastating a sinkhole can be and how things can get sucked into a never ending hole inside the earth. There have been many sinkholes seen before in parts of Florida but this sinkhole in Guatemala looks deeper than any others seen in a long time.
Guatemala was hit hardest by Agatha and reports say that atleast 92 people died and 54 people missing and 59 injured. Thousands of people have been evacuated.
Reports say that 14 people have died in Honduras.