Tuesday, 15 November 2016

Amazing before & after photos of giant sinkhole in Japan fixed in 2 days

before and after
I feel so bad just reading this. Can this happen anytime soon in Nigeria
A busy stretch of road in the Japanese city of Fukuoka has been reopened just TWO days after the sudden emergence of a giant sinkhole which threatened to topple nearby buildings.

The massive hole – which was roughly half the size of an Olympic swimming pool – opened up during construction work on the city's underground network.

In typical Japanese fashion, an earnest apology was issued immediately for the disruption, and a group of men put to work around the clock to clear up the mess.
work went on throughout the whole night
Just two days later, there is barely any sign that the sinkhole ever existed, construction workers having filled it in with generous amounts of cement before painting over the tarmac.

Soichiro Takashima, the mayor of Fukuoka, even claimed the street was now 30 times stronger than before and said a panel of experts was being called in to establish what went wrong in the first place.

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