Satan must be shopping for a white sedan.
A sinkhole opened up and tried to swallow a Honda heading eastbound on Interstate 4 in Maitland, Florida. Luckily, the driver was unharmed and safely evacuated the vehicle.
The hole was 4 feet deep and 15 feet wide, according to WFTV Channel 9.
Sinkholes are common in Florida, and often claim poor, unsuspecting cars as their victims. The state's unofficial "sinkhole season" usually starts in the spring and runs through the summer, though they can crop up at any time.
They're commonly caused by water under the ground that washes away natural limestone, and News 13 reports that this one was the result of drilling crews who accidentally struck a clay pipe.
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