Early this morning, while safe at home, staff of the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green Kentucky got a call from their security firm that motion detectors were going off in their “SkyDome,” the large, open facility they use for displaying many of their classic cars.
Arriving at the SkyDome to see what the problem was, they discovered that a sinkhole 40 feet wide and 40 feet deep had opened up in the middle of the floor. Eight cars had fallen in.
Obviously, they’re still assessing damages. “This is going to be an interesting situation,” Museum Executive Director Wendell Strode told the Bowling Green Daily News. Despite the odd catastrophe, the museum (other than the SkyDome) will be open normal business hours tomorrow.
Read more and see more pics at the museum’s site.
Update: Here’s footage from the museum’s security camera…