Last week, a giant sinkhole swallowed a huge chunk of the road in Fukuoka, Japan.
It caused loss of power, water, and gas supplies in the middle of the business district.
Although no one was injured because the residents were immediately evacuated, it was a scary sight as if taken from a post-apocalyptic movie.
However, this massive sinkhole has showed how hardworking and efficient Japanese people are.
It took them only two days to fix the giant sinkhole and open it again to the public.
How did they do that?
Here’s a timelapse video that showed how they fixed that sinkhole as quickly as possible.
How amazing is that? Can we ever do that here in the Philippines?