Semi-Trucks “Swallowed By A Hole” Near Orlando International Airport

Orlando, Florida – Numerous semi-trucks were “swallowed by a hole” early Wednesday morning according to Orange County authorities.

The Orange County Sheriff’s Office said the hole opened up around 1 a.m. on private property along Boggy Creek Road, located near Orlando International Airport.

When investigators arrived to the scene they discovered “a large fracture in the ground between two lakes that had collapsed.”

 

The hole is estimated to be at least 30-feet wide, according to officials.

The Orange County Fire and Rescue posted additional images from the scene to its Twitter page.

Fire rescue officials said one man lived in a mobile home on the property, but he was not injured.

Authorities have not said what they believe caused the hole to open, but the Florida Environmental Protection Division is investigating.

 


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