Video: Massive sinkhole swallows cars as wild weather hits east coast

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Residents in a Baltimore neighborhood watched as several cars were swallowed by a massive sinkhole.

The Baltimore Sun reported that a 120-year-old retaining wall in Charles Village collapsed Wednesday, April 30, 2014 after heavy rains hit the area. The rain also caused flooding in streams and road closures.

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According to the report, there were no injuries.

Below is a video taken by an area resident. Be sure to watch to the end.