Eight Corvettes fell into a sinkhole that opened up beneath the National Corvette Museum in Kentucky.
A sinkhole inside the National Corvette Museum swallowed eight Corvettes Wednesday morning. The sinkhole is about 40 feet wide and about 25 to 30 feet deep. Among vehicles damaged were a 1962 Black Corvette, a 1984 PPG Pace Car, and a 1993 ZR-1 Spyder — all previously donated by Corvette enthusiasts.
The National Corvette Museum is located across the street from the GM Bowling Green Corvette assembly plant, where the cars are made.
Video footage from the National Corvette Museum security cameras showing the sinkhole collapse in the Skydome.
— ABC News (@ABC) February 12, 2014
A video tour of the National Corvette Museum, the exhibits and what the Museum has to offer, from the new Library and Archives to expanded Corvette Store, 50s-themed Corvette Cafe and much more! The Museum is located at I-65 exit 28 in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Just 1-hour north of Nashville and less than 2-hours south of Louisville. The Museum is the ‘Gateway to All Things Corvette!’
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