New York City sinkhole swallows SUV

The sinkhole led to several street closures in the area, a fire official said

An unoccupied orange SUV was found swallowed by a sinkhole in Queens early Thursday morning.

The vehicle, a Toyota RAV4, was discovered nose-down in the massive sinkhole at about 6 a.m. on 70th Street near 52nd Avenue in Maspeth, authorities said.

The shocking sight from the residential neighborhood was shared to Twitter by City Councilman Robert Holden.

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The FDNY said they responded to the location for reports of trauma. But it was determined there were no patients as the SUV was unoccupied.

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The sinkhole led to several street closures in the area, Holden said.

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