The National Corvette Museum sinkhole incident will be something we will remember forever, as nothing quite like it has ever happened before. Well, sinkholes have, but they haven’t swallowed priceless Corvettes at the same time.
Further memorializing the NCM sinkhole is the History channel, who have featured the sinkhole on their latest series in Engineering Disasters. During this episode, Katie Frassenelli, Kevin Krantz, and Mike Marasa explain the process of salvaging the cars damaged in the 2014 sinkhole collapse.
As we know, the sinkhole repair process has been one hell of a job. Rescuing the swallowed Corvettes proved to be even tougher. But, as we saw in the latest video update, the floor is poured and crews are nearly ready to begin polishing the newly laid concrete.
A neat built in feature of the new floor will be the addition of a see-through manhole, where visitors can see the cave underground, which was responsible for the sinkhole.
Have a look at some of the footage in the provided video down below.