Earth Swallowed Man Today: It’s Weak Crust Is Collapsing, Part 2

posted by Sarah N Worthy IATTWJ Member @ 2:45 AM
March 1, 2013

man-swallowed-alive-in-bedroomFor those doubting that Earth is in  imminent collapse––is this proof enough? Today, March 1st, a sink hole opened up beneath a man’s bedroom while he slept and instantly swallowed him whole.  While the brother who heard him scream, got to his room in seconds, it was too late.  The man was already gone.

In fact, with neighbors sounding alarms from horrific noises, when a deputy sheriff got to room, he struggled to hurriedly pull out the brother––whose body was buried in the soil up to his neck––before the hole ate up more of the house.

So far, the body of the victim, Jeffery Bush, age 36, has not been recovered, because the ground is too unstable for the heavy equipment needed to recover his body.  When his brother Jeremy rushed to Jeffery’s room, he found that the bed, and a dresser had disappeared into a growing chasm.

“I couldn’t do anything,” Jeremy told the Miami Herald.  Everything in the room was gone. I just wanted to get my brother back.  It was something you would see in a movie. You wouldn’t, in your wildest dreams, you wouldn’t think anything like that could happen, especially here.”

Jeremy, who lived in the house with his wife and 2-year-old daughter and two other family members, is now living in a hotel.  And several families in the vicinity have been evacuated as well.

When full rescue gear and crew arrived, Hillsborough County Fire Rescue spokeswoman Jessica Damico told ABC-TV News:  “We put engineering equipment into the sinkhole and didn’t see anything compatible with life.  The entire house is on the sinkhole.”

This unbelievable nightmare has been repeated in Florida for years. The Extinction Protocol (EP) presents the recent Florida Geological Survey Map Series No. 10 with dotted locations showing scores of sinkhole events in that state since 1954.   EP comments on  this supposedly statewide sinkhole database:  “It does not include all sinkholes in Florida!”

ABC-TV spokesperson says:  “The state is especially prone to sinkholes because underneath the ground is limestone, a porous rock that easily dissolves in water, sometimes forming a hole in the earth.”

Questions:  What have Florida state officials done about this stink hole problem? Is that problem human weight with too sinkholetype-near-mapmany people living in and visiting the state?  Is the soil simply too weak to support the huge influx of people who now live in the state?

Does the state have any plans to improve construction codes to make residents stable?  Are commercial and industrial buildings safer?  How many very weak ground areas have state officials deemed unsafe for human habitation?

God, holds public officials accountable to care for their people.  Hopefully, Jeffery made his peace with God beforehand, just as David prayed in wholesale Christian Bibles:  “Deliver me out of the mire, and let me not sink: let me be delivered from them that hate me, and out of the deep waters (Psalm 69: 14).”

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