WATCH: Baltimore Street Collapses

The city of Baltimore added another eyesore to its landscape Wednesday as a stretch of 26th Street in Charles Village, along with an array of parked cars and streetlamps, collapsed onto a CSX railroad track. The landslide was captured on video by Nick Ybarra-Reyes:

If you don’t feel like waiting through the dramatic buildup you can skip right to the 1:10 mark. But the introductory material, in which various Charm City residents complain about how long they’ve been trying to get the city to reinforce the street, is interesting.

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