Enormous sump full of boiling water opens on the Russian road and lets drivers turn around to avoid it
Motorists casually drive around a giant sump after the Russian road collapses – a few days before two men were cooked alive when their car fell into a similar hole
- A large part of the roadway disappeared into a huge sump with boiling water
- Watched steam rise from the huge crumbling hole in the Russian city of Tyumen
- Drivers had to move away from the gaping danger in the vicinity of pipes along the road
- Two men boiled alive in the water of the city of Penza after their Lada fell into a well
A huge sump opened in a Russian road and dangerously drove drivers along the edge of the boiling water.
The road in the Siberian city of Tyumen seemed to have melted away after a hot pipe break through which boiling water flowed into the gaping hole.
A small puddle of water was visible under two large roadside pipes after the large stretch of road had crumbled into the burning water.
Motorists navigated casually through the crumbling well that had opened on the side of the busy road on Kharkovskaya Street in the southwestern Russian region of Tyumen Oblast.
The recordings were made a few days before two men in another Russian city were cooked alive when their vehicle fell into a boiling pit.
A huge sump opened in a busy road in Russia, waving drivers to avoid the boiling water that filled the cavity
Images filmed from an apartment building across the street showed the moment when the road started to collapse and flooded an entire roadway.
Boiling water splashed over the entrance to the cavity when the asphalt fell away and steam was visible from the hole.
Drivers were filmed last week to wave to prevent the life-threatening danger in images that came forward yesterday.
According to local media, no one was reported injured during the incident.
The local authorities arrived and closed the street to prevent possible accidents.
It is believed that a cracked hot water pipe weakened the earth in the area that caused the sinking hole.
The investigation and clean-up work is currently underway.
Russian authorities carry hot water directly to work and residential buildings for heating during the harsh winters.
The moment when the asphalt in the Kharkovskaya street crumbled, was filmed by residents in an apartment building across the road in Tyumen
The well opened and filled with boiling water while drivers casually avoided the fire hazard
On Tuesday, two men cooked alive in another Russian city when their Lada fell into a sump full of boiling water.
The pair was trapped in the Penza vehicle and died & # 39; almost immediately & # 39; in the 167F liquid, according to local media.
The city of Tyumen, founded in 1586, was the first Russian settlement in Siberia.
The city supported the eastern expansion of Russia and the city has remained one of the most important industrial and economic centers east of the Ural Mountains.
Located between several important trade routes and with easy access to waterways, Tyumen quickly developed from a small military settlement to a large industrial city.
The Lada Largus was pulled out of the steaming sink in the town of Penza on Tuesday. Two men were in the car, both were killed
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