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Yet Another Sinkhole Appears in Russia

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Following the giant sinkholes that formed in Siberia earlier this year, another one appeared Tuesday in a Russian city near the Ural Mountains.
The 130-foot wide sinkhole appears to have swallowed several homes.
Geologists blame the event on the Solikamsk-2 potash mine located near the city, as it may have produced strong currents of highly-pressurized gas that eroded the bedrock and flooded the mine.

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