Published: 06 May 2016
A few weeks ago, this giant crack looked to be about a foot wide. On April 28, 2016, it’s grown to about ten feet wide and about 15 feet deep.
Can you imagine that? This fault keeps growing at an amazing 2 inches / per day at the surface. Is the mountain sliding or is this fault actually linked to plate movements from below?
A large crack has formed in the ground across a wide area in Logan Township, Blair County, Central Pennsylvania.
It is growing bigger every day in the hillside behind a couple of stores and officials have no clues how the ground started shifting.
The hill is made out of clay which may lubricate, shift or even collapse with rain.