Jersey Journal Joe Shine

When Inocenta Hernandez awoke to the sound of a massive explosion, she immediately ran outside but soon discovered, much to her horror, that the freakish sound had originated inside her home. By Summer Dawn Hortillosa/The Jersey Journal Joe Shine photoJoel Teutonic of the Hoboken Office of Emergency Management helps out, trying to cover the sink hole at Third Street and Park Avenue in Hoboken to get the street open for rush hour. By Rebecka Schumann on July 21st, 2011 There are some things you may expect to find under your bed, a sinkhole is not one of them. Inocenta Hernandez, 65, from Guatemala City, was shocked when she discovered a 40-foot deep, 32-inches wide sinkhole Sinkhole. When the sounds heard neighbors boom during the night, I thought that I had turned on the gas canister. Instead they found north of the city of Guatemala, the size of a large pot at a house in an area a Sinkhole deep. Today in news that you will recall just as you’ve brushed your teeth, put on your pajamas and finished up your Sleepytime Tea tonight, a Guatemalan woman.