Because of the failure of soil in Jersey, United States, people were deprived of electricity, gas and water.

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As reported www.nj.com and www.wvmetronews.com in Greenville area of Jersey, USA, there was a sinkhole, which led to shortages of electricity, gas and water. The area was blocked by the failure of the local authorities. Failure is about 30 square feet and has a depth of about 5 feet. It was formed around 4 am local time. In this area, the United States it has become common, and in February, the failures caused damage fire trucks for the local department — they just fell into them when the land to sink under the weight. City officials have thrown all possible forces for what would stop the growth of the fault.

And in Wayne County because of failures, local government was forced to close the elementary school Kenova, as failures began to form immediately below the school building itself, destroying its foundation.

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