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Monday, February 15, 2016

Planet X Incoming: (Video) Christchurch earthquake & Sinkholes

Planet X Incoming: (Video) Christchurch earthquake & Sinkholes
In addition, sinkhole getting bigger in North Carolina

Here a compilation of videos of the severe M5.8 Christchurch earthquake of February 14, 2016.

It must really be freaky to feel something such powerful during a few seconds or even minutes.

 

Sink holes ‘bubbling’ as earthquake shook east Christchurch


Sink holes opened up in an east Christchurch street as it was smacked by Sunday's 5.7-magnitude earthquake.
Bower Ave, in Parklands, was due to be resealed on Monday. Residents now face several more months waiting for repairs after the ground opened up.
Authorities fenced and coned off the the largest of the sinkholes, which was about three metres long and a metre deep.

Liquefaction spewed out of the ground outside Danny Morris' property on Broadhaven Ave, Parklands, after the earthquake.
Engineers were assessing the scene and taking photos of lateral spreading and liquefaction damage.
Senior geotechnical engineer Pierre Malan said the holes were an "erosion feature".
"They are a modification of the liquefaction volcanos that people have seen in the past . . . material in the ground has been eroded away by moving fluid which is from liquefaction or a service [pipe]."

Parklands resident Jill Hurley assesses a sink hole that opened up on Bower Ave in Sunday's 5.7 magnitude earthquake.
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Parklands resident Jill Hurley assesses a sink hole that opened up on Bower Ave in Sunday's 5.7 magnitude earthquake.
Malan said residents should not worry about more holes appearing in the road.
"Because there has been erosion there is unlikely to be voids in the ground which we haven't seen yet."
Bower Averesident Tosh Prodanov said he had to drive through sand and water from liquefaction to get to his home.

Geotechnical engineers from Tonkin + Taylor assess new earthquake damage down Bower Ave in Parklands, Christchurch.
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Geotechnical engineers from Tonkin + Taylor assess new earthquake damage down Bower Ave in Parklands, Christchurch.
"There was a mixture of sewage and liquefaction, just a whole messy liquid.
"We have been waiting for a long time to get this fixed so I hope it doesn't delay things too much more."
Another resident, who only wanted to be known as Melanie, said:  "The hole was bubbling when I left for work . . . A digger arrived about 40 minutes after the earthquake to clear the road.

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Cliffs collapsing at Sumner.

"Once the water went down, the holes became a lot clearer."

Her husband helped to direct traffic away from the liquefaction and holes.

"We've been waiting five years for it to be fixed so what's another couple of months?
"I just feel sorry for the guys who had fixed up most of the road around here and now they have to come back again because it's all stuffed up."
On Linkwater Way a white smudge ran along the side of the road where liquefaction occurred on Sunday.

What GNS can tell us about the severe earthquake that hit Christchurch on Valentines Day.

What GNS can tell us about the severe earthquake that hit Christchurch on Valentines Day.
Resident Rebekah Wawatai was driving when the earthquake hit and said the car felt like it was on jelly.
"There was water and mud coming up our drive. Our road had just been sealed on Friday."
"It was a crazy day yesterday."

A frightened cat:


During a BBQ at Spencer Park under a tree:


And the shaking from a garage camera:


Finally, cliff collapsed in large dust clouds when the M5.8 earthquake rocked Christchurch, New Zealand on February 14, 2016:



Christchurch Earthquake: The aftermath - A Drone's View 


The powerful earthquake rattled Christchurch, New Zealand at 00:13 am on February 14, 2016 (UTC).
The epicenter was situated at a depth of 8 km (5.1 mi) and situated just 17 km (11 mi) from the large city of Christchurch. Tremors were felt throughout the country.

IN ADDITION:

Sinkhole In North Carolina Continues To Grow


A sinkhole that has forced the closure of a road in Chatham County for three weeks is growing, and state Department of Transportation officials said it could be another two-and-a-half months before the road is fixed. According to DOT officials, old pipes underneath Lystra Road – which crosses Jordan Lake near Pittsboro – gave way on Jan. 18, at first creating a sinkhole that took up about half of one lane.
By Monday, the sinkhole had grown significantly, taking up much of the two-lane road. Officials said the scope of the work is more complicated than DOT crews can handle, meaning a contractor will be hired to complete the road rebuild. The contractor will be forced to replace two old pipes under the road. A contractor hasn’t been hired yet, and a DOT spokesman said it could be late April before the road is open. READ MORE