Sinkhole Repair Blog

Are Sinkholes Fighting Back?

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Far away in Russia, some unsuspecting travelers were recording on their dashcam and were surprised by a sinkhole event in the road ahead.

A truck used for transporting grout or cement suddenly fell into a sinkhole…

Is Corvette Museum Proof That Sinkholes Suck In Cars?

You have to admit, vehicles are often seen sticking out of sinkholes; it’s not just cars—we see dramatic photos of buses, cargo trucks, ambulances, and fire trucks sticking out of sinkholes at very odd angles.  It’s as if the vehicle searched out the sinkhole for the specific purpose of, well, sinking itself.  Sometimes we see sinkhole news photos where sedans are piled up in a sinkhole like ants…

Nomination For Sinkhole of the Year

We’ve seen enough to know that the corvette sinkhole disaster is on our short list for the Sinkhole of the Year Competition, even though entries may be submitted by mother nature throughout 2014, with results not to be decided until early in 2015.

The National Corvette Museum tragedy of February 12, 2014 is a heartbreaker in our book.  A total of eight corvettes met their sinking fate in…

Red Bank is Red Faced About Sinkhole

Pity the residents of Red Bank Estates in West Depford, New Jersey.  Their neighborhood has terrible roads, the air smells like sewage, and sinkholes open up frequently.  This West Depford disaster gets the nod for our Sinkhole of the Week.  We wouldn’t buy a house in Red Bank Estates.

While the condition of the road has been an issue with Red Bank Estates residents for years, neighbors…