Socavon “swallows” his house two weeks after his appearance in Mexico

Socavon “swallows” his house two weeks after his appearance in Mexico

Puebla, Mexico.

The Santa Maria Zacatepec stream sucked a house that was on one side, two weeks after it appeared. The Great Agujiro, according to the latest report, measures 126 meters and is growing every day.

In the middle of the cultivated fields, a stream appeared that alerted the Mexican authorities in search of explanations. The media maintains its presence in the region waiting for the news. Two dogs fell into the hole in recent days and were rescued by firefighters at the request of that state’s governor.

The house is owned by the Sánchez Xalamihua family. The house consists of four rooms, a laundry area, a large patio and an outside bathroom. The advance of the sinkhole destroyed the house and disappeared completely this Saturday. It’s a matter of hours for the hole to use up.

Mexican police and national defense personnel protect the area. Curious locals flock to the site, looking to take a look, photograph themselves, or even dare to enter the deep crater. A security fence has been erected in the case, which is attracting international attention.

Neighbors said the house collapsed all night. It cannot be recorded in photos, although there are videos of the current state.

The stream is expected to increase in size, while the authorities are working to study the phenomenon, but the conditions make safety impossible. Any movement can be fatal and exacerbate the crisis in society,

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