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MAN SURVIVES DRIVING INTO SINKHOLE
CHICAGO (WGN/CNN) - The morning drive to work took a staggeringly-unexpected turn for one Chicago man this weekend who found himself fighting to his life after his SUV tumbled into a gaping sinkhole.
At Foster and Elston, on the city's northwest side, the size of the sinkhole was hard to gauge until you saw the SUV that was being pulled out from inside.
Sam Khim, 65, was on his way to work around 5:30 Saturday morning when the street simply gave way.
"Driving, car drop, inside, water come right away, pipe broken," Khim said.
Within seconds the root of the sinkhole - a broken, decades old brick water main and sewer - became a matter of life and death for Sam. His car filled with water as he struggled to get out, upside down, and 15 feet below street level.
"And make, smaller, move out, and water almost here," Khim
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