And suddenly a new crack opened up in the village of Tarabamba, Peru.
The state of emergency has been declared as the geological phenomenon swallowed 24 houses and destroyed a church, a school, a bridge, two irrigation canals and 60 hectares of crops.
The giant crack opened up in the Peruvian department of Ancash on September 13, 2015 and has never stop growing since then.
Here some images of this growing disaster:
Here a video in Spanish about the apocalyptical situation in Tarabamba… Bad, really bad…
Tarabamba is not the first town subject to geological movement and anomalies in the region. State of emergency was declared in May 2015 as large cracks devoured homes and left 60 families stranded.
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