December 19, 2014
Bowling Green, KY (AP) - A massive sinkhole that swallowed eight cars at the National Corvette Museum has become such an attraction that officials want to preserve it - and may even put one or two of the cars back inside the hole.
The board of the museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky, voted Wednesday to preserve a large section of the sinkhole that opened up beneath the museum in February.
The damaged cars toppled like toys amid rocks, concrete and dirt. The cars carry a total value believed to exceed $1 million.
Museum officials say attendance is up nearly 60 percent from March to the start of this week.
The museum is located close to where Corvettes are made.
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