June 20, 2021

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The hole grows in the bubble and reaches the house next door

The largest hole ever drilled in a field in Puebla, Mexico, It has been growing over the past weekend, with the perimeter wall of a house already located on the edge collapsing, endangering the property of a low-income family.

Singhole size has increased by three meters and in the last 48 hours It is already 97 meters (318 feet) in diameter and reaches a depth of about 20 meters (65 feet), As indicated by local authorities.

The Sanchez Salamihua family home in Puebla, Mexico, is threatening to break into next to a single hole.EFE

Landslides suspend part of the house and part of the masonry wall around it collapses. Now the adjoining rooms, already damaged, the rest of the structure is in danger.

This Friday 10 researchers from the National Polytechnic Institute came Working in conjunction with the Ministry of Environment to begin geophysical and ionic work to determine the cause of this error on Earth.

The owner of the house, Magdalena Salamihua, assured that she had not received any support from the government since Singhol appeared on Saturday.

“It hurts a lot from so much sacrifice, we are hungry, the truth hurts a lot because we don’t know what will happen to us,” he told the media.

“We’ll see a little bit from home, we’re going to go to the end of everything in pieces.”He added.

In an area where there are only a few small and humble houses for the people who work the crops, Juan C., about 20 kilometers from the city of Puebla. The detachment took place on Saturday on a farmland in the municipality of Ponila.

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Hole 5 meters in diameter (16 feet), in just 24 hours it crossed 30 meters (98 feet) After that it did not stop growing.

“The fence fell at five in the morning. This is what the people who stay here say. When they arrived at six, it was like making waves, ”Ivan Jacinto, who lives in Santa Maria Zakatebek, told Notices Telemundo.

Yes it is scary, the truth is, it is scary, Because this is something that has never been seen before and is now growing more than that, ”said Cabino Tladelko, another member of the community.

The governor of Puebla, Miguel Barbosa, promised on Monday that this was “the greatest danger.”

With information of Efe.