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Prije 12 godine otvorila se rupa duboka 700 metara, tlo je podrhtavalo, automobili su tonuli

Krajem 19. stoljeća neki majstor je pomislio kako bi bilo dobro napraviti grad točno iznad jednog od najvećeg rudnika soli na svijetu. Nakon 140 godina taj rudnik je i dalje u funkciji, ali stanovnici Bereznika pate. Razlog nije teško pogoditi - grad jednostavno tone.Berezniki je grad od 150.000 stanovnika na Uralu sagrađen točno iznad golemog rudnika umreženog mnogobrojnim tunelima. Područje je prebogato kalijevom solju, a Rusi su to odlučili maksimalno eksploatirati bez obzira što iznad rudnika ljudi žive, rade, djeca im idu u školu...

71: PERM REGION, RUSSIA. AUGUST 28. A sinkhole collapse on the grounds of Uralkaliy Joint Stock Co., Image: 22321692, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, TASS
 
PERM TERRITORY, RUSSIA. NOVEMBER 25, 2010. A 20-meter deep sinkhole near the rail terminal in the town of Berezniki, some 150 km north of Perm. Berezniki is the home of the Uralkali mining company, a major Russian potash producer. The railway service in Berezniki was disrupted on Thursday, after a deep sinkhole opened under rail tracks swallowing up a freight car., Image: 87812551, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, TASS
 
BEREZNIKI, RUSSIA- NOVEMBER 15: The patterns adorn the walls of a network of caves on November, 15, 2013, in Berezniki, Russia.
Beautiful cave markings in the depths of a Russian mine have been captured in stunning detail. The swirling patterns bursting with colour went unnoticed by sylvinite miners, who told photographer Viktor Lyagushkin that the caves were ‘ugly’., Image: 250077253, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, Barcroft Media

 

I sve je to nekako izdržalo do 2007. godine kada se usred grada odjednom pojavila rupetina široka 400, a duboka 700 metara. Ljudi su ostali šokirani, ali bio je to tek početak njihovih nedaća. Tlo je pod njima stalno podrhtavalo, svakodnevno su se otvarale nove rupe. Neke su bile toliko male da nisu uspjele 'progutati' ni automobile, ali bilo je onih i veličine nekoliko nogometnih terena. Ubrzo je cijeli grad počeo tonuti, zemlja ga je doslovce proždirala.

The Russian city being 'eaten alive': Cars, buses, and trucks disappear beneath the earth as they are swallowed by giant sinkholes
They may look like stills from an apocalyptic horror film, but these images have become a daily reality for residents in a Russian city. Citizens of Samara, in south east Russia, live in fear of the ground literally disappearing beneath them after huge sinkholes have started to appear all over their city, leaving devastation in their wake. The yawning underground caverns are all believed to have sprung up in recent weeks swallowing cars, buses and claiming at least one life.
The sinkholes, some large enough to swallow an entire truck, are believed to have been caused by ground subsidence. It is thought the holes have been caused as ice thaws and melts into the ground, with the excess water causing soil decay underneath Samara's roads. The massive craters have appeared in car parks, busy intersections, by the sides of roads, and on major and minor thoroughfares.
It is believed at least one person has lost their life as a result of one of the crashes caused by the sinkholes. 
The citizens of the city have now signed a petition urging authorities to find a solution. Sinkholes are common hazards in mining regions, plaguing areas where miners have burrowed into layers of soluble minerals and accidental floods have followed.
But natural sinkholes can take thousands of years to form and vary in size.
They are usually the result of what are known as Karst processes, which occur when a layer of rock such as limestone underneath the ground is dissolved by acidic water.
Typically rainfall seeps through the soil, absorbing carbon dioxide and reacting with decaying vegetation. As a result, the water that reaches the soluble rock is acidic.
The acidic water then erodes the soluble rock layers beneath the surface creating cavernous spaces.
Then, when it is no longer supported because of the cavity below, the soil or sand over the limestone collapses into a sinkhole.
The collapse of the surface can happen suddenly or over a few hours. Heavy rainfall or poor drainage systems can trigger a collapse. Citizens in Berezniki, Russia, have also been plagued by sinkholes.
Census data, though, shows that about 12,000 people left the town between 2005 and 2010, after a number of holes opened up.
They are also common in Florida, America. Jeff Bush, 37, was swallowed into a sinkhole and killed while he slept in his bed in February in the 
Tampa Bay area of Florida.
©English Russia/exclusivepix, Image: 158231657, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, Exclusivepix

 

 
The Russian city being 'eaten alive': Cars, buses, and trucks disappear beneath the earth as they are swallowed by giant sinkholes
They may look like stills from an apocalyptic horror film, but these images have become a daily reality for residents in a Russian city. Citizens of Samara, in south east Russia, live in fear of the ground literally disappearing beneath them after huge sinkholes have started to appear all over their city, leaving devastation in their wake. The yawning underground caverns are all believed to have sprung up in recent weeks swallowing cars, buses and claiming at least one life.
The sinkholes, some large enough to swallow an entire truck, are believed to have been caused by ground subsidence. It is thought the holes have been caused as ice thaws and melts into the ground, with the excess water causing soil decay underneath Samara's roads. The massive craters have appeared in car parks, busy intersections, by the sides of roads, and on major and minor thoroughfares.
It is believed at least one person has lost their life as a result of one of the crashes caused by the sinkholes. 
The citizens of the city have now signed a petition urging authorities to find a solution. Sinkholes are common hazards in mining regions, plaguing areas where miners have burrowed into layers of soluble minerals and accidental floods have followed.
But natural sinkholes can take thousands of years to form and vary in size.
They are usually the result of what are known as Karst processes, which occur when a layer of rock such as limestone underneath the ground is dissolved by acidic water.
Typically rainfall seeps through the soil, absorbing carbon dioxide and reacting with decaying vegetation. As a result, the water that reaches the soluble rock is acidic.
The acidic water then erodes the soluble rock layers beneath the surface creating cavernous spaces.
Then, when it is no longer supported because of the cavity below, the soil or sand over the limestone collapses into a sinkhole.
The collapse of the surface can happen suddenly or over a few hours. Heavy rainfall or poor drainage systems can trigger a collapse. Citizens in Berezniki, Russia, have also been plagued by sinkholes.
Census data, though, shows that about 12,000 people left the town between 2005 and 2010, after a number of holes opened up.
They are also common in Florida, America. Jeff Bush, 37, was swallowed into a sinkhole and killed while he slept in his bed in February in the 
Tampa Bay area of Florida.
©English Russia/exclusivepix, Image: 158231660, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, Exclusivepix


Vlasti su cijelo vrijeme smirivale paniku i govorile stanovnicima da je sve u redu, ali baš svima je bilo jasno da ništa nije kako treba biti. I da će uskoro cijeli grad nestati.

The Russian city being 'eaten alive': Cars, buses, and trucks disappear beneath the earth as they are swallowed by giant sinkholesThey may look like stills from an apocalyptic horror film, but these images have become a daily reality for residents in a Russian city. Citizens of Samara, in south east Russia, live in fear of the ground literally disappearing beneath them after huge sinkholes have started to appear all over their city, leaving devastation in their wake. The yawning underground caverns are all believed to have sprung up in recent weeks swallowing cars, buses and claiming at least one life.The sinkholes, some large enough to swallow an entire truck, are believed to have been caused by ground subsidence. It is thought the holes have been caused as ice thaws and melts into the ground, with the excess water causing soil decay underneath Samara's roads. The massive craters have appeared in car parks, busy intersections, by the sides of roads, and on major and minor thoroughfares.It is believed at least one person has lost their life as a result of one of the crashes caused by the sinkholes. The citizens of the city have now signed a petition urging authorities to find a solution. Sinkholes are common hazards in mining regions, plaguing areas where miners have burrowed into layers of soluble minerals and accidental floods have followed.But natural sinkholes can take thousands of years to form and vary in size.They are usually the result of what are known as Karst processes, which occur when a layer of rock such as limestone underneath the ground is dissolved by acidic water.Typically rainfall seeps through the soil, absorbing carbon dioxide and reacting with decaying vegetation. As a result, the water that reaches the soluble rock is acidic.The acidic water then erodes the soluble rock layers beneath the surface creating cavernous spaces.Then, when it is no longer supported because of the cavity below, the soil or sand over the limestone collapses into a sinkhole.The collapse of the surface can happen suddenly or over a few hours. Heavy rainfall or poor drainage systems can trigger a collapse. Citizens in Berezniki, Russia, have also been plagued by sinkholes.Census data, though, shows that about 12,000 people left the town between 2005 and 2010, after a number of holes opened up.They are also common in Florida, America. Jeff Bush, 37, was swallowed into a sinkhole and killed while he slept in his bed in February in the 
Tampa Bay area of Florida.©English Russia/exclusivepix, Image: 158231653, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, Exclusivepix
 

Prošlo je više od 12 godina od kolapsa rudnika i podzemnih tunela, a situacija u Berezniku nije se promijenila. Zgrade stoje nakoso, neki dijelovi grada izgledaju poput napuštenih gradova oko Černobila, goleme rupe ispunila je voda... Novinari Russia Todaya u zrak su vinuli dron i zorno svijetu pokazali kako izgleda grad koji tone.

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