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Spelunking in Corvette Cavern

On Wednesday 2.12.2014, a 40-foot-wide, 30-foot-deep sinkhole opened up at the National Corvette Museum in Kentucky. Eight Corvettes fell into the hole. To explore the pit, the University of Western Kentucky’s engineering department wisely sent in a drone instead of a human. The Wall Street Journal obtained the video, which nicely skirts FAA rules against commercial use of drone photography.
In the video, the drone’s rotors are audible, and two of its legs can be seen. Also visible: a giant, scary sinkhole and a bunch of fancy cars.

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