For over a year, a town in southern Louisiana has been dealing with a massive sinkhole that's grown from one acre in size to about 25 acres.
And someone happened to be filming on Wednesday when it devoured several large TREES in about 30 seconds. The sinkhole apparently formed when an old mine collapsed. It's filled with water and estimated to be around 750 feet deep.
(The trees start sinking fast around :20, and not much happens after :50.)