A crater which punctured the landscape only a mile and a half from the town of Wink, Texas has some residents scared. Named Wink Sink 2, the new hole started out as large and twice as deep as its ancestor , Wink Sink 1 which was 3 miles from town. Within a month, it had enlarged to approximately 600 feet by 750 feet, growing at a rate of roughly 10 feet a day ... and it is still growing! No one knows why this is happening. Will it grow enough to eat the town soon?!
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