Undertoad Thursday Sep 2 01:33 PM
9/2/2004: Massive sinkhole in Richmond VA
glatt Thursday Sep 2 02:04 PM
Anybody know if most homeowner insurance covers sinkholes? If the house isn't actually damaged, but is declared unlivable by the city, can the owners make a claim? It would really really suck to own that house.
lookout123 Thursday Sep 2 03:05 PM
an inground swimming hole doesn't add much value to an appraisal. but one that big? think of all the fun you and your friends can have.
Atch Thursday Sep 2 03:57 PM
Suck to own that house? Aw come'on, it cuts back on traffic noise.
LabRat Thursday Sep 2 04:13 PM
it would suck to own those 2 cars!
LabRat Thursday Sep 2 04:21 PM
FYI, a nice explaination
ladysycamore Thursday Sep 2 06:20 PM
Holy crap! And that almost took out the house.
xoxoxoBruce Thursday Sep 2 09:29 PM
If they removed all those barriers the hole would fill up in no time.
404Error Thursday Sep 2 10:30 PM
Especially if you post some signs and arrows saying: New Wal-Mart, *Grand Opening!*
Guess Thursday Sep 2 11:25 PM
I live in Richmond!!
Cyber Wolf Friday Sep 3 08:26 AM
Whew...that doesn't look like my parent's neighborhood or my old neighborhood. That really has to suck though, look and how nice that lot's yard is. I wonder how many people might have to apply for LOMAs after this.