A massive crater measuring 200 meters in diameter and 30 meters deep collapsed in the Lviv district, Ukraine on Sept. 30th.
Although the cause remains unknown, a small earthquake hit the area on September 30, 2017, and most probably created the huge hole and long cracks in the ground.
An earthquake hit the area of Drohobycha and Truskavets, Ukraine in the night of September 30, as reported by users of social networks.
The speaker of the State Department of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine Vitaly Turovtsev said they received information from the LGA that a minor earthquake was recorded in the Drohobycha area. The tremors were so insignificant, that the epicenter wasn’t calculated.
But the hole is very impressive:
Here a first video of the giant chiasm:
At the same time, the deputy of the Lviv City Council, Igor Zinkevich, reported a large collapse of the karstic rock.
The collapse of the karstic rock with a diameter of 200 m, a depth of 30 m occurred near the village of Modrici, in the Drohobych district, 300 meters from the road and 1 km from the nearest buildings. It is huge:
and so impressive:
Two electrical poles have been damaged but the power supply of the settlements was not interrupted. There are no victims. The exact cause of the collapse in unknown.
So did the erth collapsed after the earthquake?