Vehicles are located at the bottom of a sinkhole that opened Friday in a parking lot at the Tanger outlet shopping center in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
(Blaine T. Shahan /LNP/LancasterOnline via AP)
A car park in Pennsylvania, allegedly collapsed due to a sinkhole on Friday, the consume of several parked cars.
A woman who have experience with the delivery at the Tanger Outlets in Lancaster County, described it as “really crazy,” says WGAL that she believed that the shaking was caused by an earthquake.
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“I was actually, I pulled in. My car was on and everything and I was on my phone texting,” she recalled. “And before I know it, I feel like this shake. I thought it was like an earthquake or something like that. And then I look up and I am actually just as slanted.”
A number of people ran to her aid, to help her escape from the car, she told WGAL. She said that she “had to get out on the passenger side” and was “very grateful” for the help.
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Six cars were involved in the incident and there were no injuries, the outlet reported.
Lancaster is about 70 miles west of Philadelphia.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.