Residents in a Detroit neighborhood were shocked when a sinkhole opened up on their street — so they turned it into a fishing hole.
Locals claim the hole first appeared on Hull Street and McNichols about four years ago and, after getting frustrated as authorities failed to fix it, they decided to turn it into something they could enjoy instead.
They started by putting blue gill, goldfish and carp into the sinkhole….
The city of Detroit, another failed social engineering project, because of all the crooked politicians, the fact that the city is broke and the fact that the sinkhole is located in a poverty-stricken community will not even consider repairing the sinkhole.
The odds are that the city feels that since they are barely collecting any property taxes if at all from that area, it is not worth the effort.
At the same time, a huge sinkhole opened up three weeks ago in the Sunset Park area of Brooklyn. I suggest the City close it up immediately before we learn that it is actually a tunnel from Mexico. That would undoubtedly explain mass insurgence of illegals in that area of Brooklyn from the southwestern part of the continent and below.