A massive sink hole opened up at a college football stadium in Tennessee on Tuesday.
The 40-foot sink hole formed at Austin Peay State University’s football stadium and swallowed part of the end zone. The disaster was discovered by construction workers who were trying to fill a smaller hole as part of a $19 million facelift of the stadium.
No one got hurt but the sink hole caused major damage to the football stadium that could prove to be quite costly. A spokesman for the university said that the hole got bigger and bigger as the construction crew began digging.
The field is expected to be ready by September.