Florida. 1994

June 15, 1994 ” a 15-story-deep sinkhole opened up in an 80 million-ton pile of phosphogypsum waste — known as a gypsum stack — at IMC-Agrico’s New Wales plant. The hole could be as big as 2 million cubic feet, enough to swallow 400 railroad boxcars.
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