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| | Earth | Human World on May 02, 2014

Incredible video shows April 30 landslide in Baltimore devouring cars

This video shows happened in Baltimore’s busy Charles Village neighborhood Wednesday, when a retaining wall buckled and sent cars and mud tumbling onto railroad tracks below.

The U.S. Northeast got very heavy rains earlier this week from the massive weather front that moved through. But here’s something no one anticipated: landslides in two separate eastern states. The video above captured the largest of the two landslides as it happened in Baltimore’s busy Charles Village neighborhood on Wednesday, April 30. Be sure to watch the video all the way to the end to see a retaining wall buckle on Baltimore’s 26th Street, sending cars and mud tumbling 75 feet onto CSX railroad tracks below.

The other landslide was Yonkers, New York.

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