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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:nerd 31855582:MV8yMTU1OTYxXzM2NDQwMjc2X0ExQjlCNTE2] [quote:Anonymous Coward 35297231:MV8yMTU1OTYxXzM2NDM5NzA1X0JFMTIyMzFB] [quote:Anonymous Coward 34290394:MV8yMTU1OTYxXzM2NDM5NDE0X0QyNDg5Qzk0] Sending a control remote toy car with an attached camera back and forth is easy as hell... rather than wasting time in long bore speaking of authorities giving no new information or prove... Imagine if that man is still alive floating... How the hell is that not a single rescuer attached to a heavy car with a strong cord try to enter the hole? [/quote] Right. We've seen videos of rescue people and volunteers pulling people out of quicksand at the beach and roaring flooding water... Is this situation different? [/quote] Haven't the media been bragging about tiny drones with cameras? Wouldn't this be a perfect showcase for their use other than infringing on privacy? I would think they would be all over this one...? [/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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