'I thought it was an earthquake': Giant sinkhole opens on busy Surabaya road


SURABAYA (The Jakarta Post/Asia News Network): A giant sinkhole has appeared in the middle of a busy road in Surabaya, East Java, on Tuesday night, swallowing part of the four-lane Jl. Raya Gubeng and measuring roughly 30 meters wide and 15 meters deep.

The police have cordoned off the area and arranged a traffic detour.

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