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Why are there no photos of the Florida sinkhole that swallowed the guy in his bed?
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 35495813:MV8yMTU1OTYxXzM2NDQ5Mzk3XzM0Rjc4REIz] [quote:Anonymous Coward 10217656:MV8yMTU1OTYxXzM2NDQ5MzExXzE1NERBMjhF] HOW CAN A PART OF A SLAB GIVE WAY TO A SINK HOLE [/quote] I am only replying to the aspect of the concrete slab. Bare in mind, I do indeed think something of this story reeks of bullshit. A concrete slab of a house foundation does not have rebar in it, as do roads and bridges. If the home is a cheap home, that slab may also be just a few inches thick. It is made to be a floor, not a load bearing aspect of building. It's just concrete, no reinforcement. If what is underneath that slab suddenly falls, ie sinkhole, a foundation slab is not going to stay in-tact, it just does not work that way, not when the concrete has no stucture inside of it. [/quote]
Something about this story just doesn't add up.
Sure, sink holes happen...
Yes, the grieving brother seems sincere...
Why no photos?
Why no video?
Why no rescue workers entering the home?
Why no attempt at retrieving the body?
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