Teen Driver Unharmed After Driving Into Minnesota Sinkhole

Teen Driver Unharmed After Driving Into Minnesota Sinkhole

Teen Driver Unharmed After Driving Into Minnesota Sinkhole

- A teenager drove right into a hole that opened up in a Minnesota road.

The driver was wearing his seat belt and the driver's airbag deployed as the vehicle stood almost vertical in the gap left by the washed out culvert on a township road.

Flooded roads, flooded yards and swollen rivers were reported across the area.

"I thought maybe it was a branch or something", Lang told WCCO.

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In a Facebook post the Renville County Sheriff's Office said the boy was "very lucky to have escaped without any injuries thanks in part to his seatbelt and airbags". "Then, it just fell down".

"It kinda sucks because I don't have a vehicle anymore but [it] could be worse", Lang said. The hairy situation prompted the sheriff's office to remind drivers: "Remember, always buckle up!"

The National Weather Service said there were strong thunderstorms with the strength of producing hail and wind gusts of up to 55 miles per hour on Tuesday.

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