‘Pretty much broke our hearts’: mourns loss of Corvettes swallowed by Ky. sinkhole [pics]; Update: Video added!/Wx_Or_Not/status/433627498484482048

Oh dear.

Earlier this morning, eight vintage Corvettes had an unfortunate encounter with a sinkhole at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky.!/NC5_AGhassemi/status/433628606191779841

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The sinkhole is estimated to be about 40 feet wide and 20 to 30 feet deep, the museum said in a statement.

Two of the vehicles — a 1993 ZR-1 Spyder and a 2009 ZR1 Blue Devil — were on loan from General Motors.

The other six vehicles, owned by the museum, included a 1962 black Corvette; 1984 PPG Pace Car; 1992 white 1-millionth Corvette; 1993 40th anniversary Corvette; 2001 Mallett Hammer Z06; and the 2009 1.5-millionth Corvette.

Pretty rough day for ‘Vette lovers.!/NC5_AGhassemi/status/433628975349235712!/NC5_AGhassemi/status/433637115314708480

Sigh. It’s probably better that way. The photos are bad enough. But video? Too painful. is already having a hard enough time trying to terms with what’s happened:!/carsdotcom/status/433660735877824512 isn’t alone, though. Plenty of others are bummed about it, too:!/anica7news/status/433627357333569536!/JeffRochon/status/433658322244206592!/eileenb/status/433657231541039104!/AKudej25/status/433661211914149888!/megustadinero_/status/433656163771908096!/jakeinky502/status/433603574061596672!/Utterback13/status/433622895994998784





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