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V japonském městě Fukuoka se 8. listopadu propadla část křižovatky. Kráter 30 metrů dlouhý, 27 metrů široký a 15 metrů hluboký vznikl jako následek podzemních prací při budování tunelu metra. Během pouhých sedmi dnů ale není po havárii ani památky. Jak dlouho by asi podobná oprava trvala v Česku? Sedm týdnů? Sedm měsíců? Nebo snad sedm let?

A large sinkhole cuts off an avenue in central Fukuoka, southwestern Japan, 08 November 2016. According to local media reports, the sinkhole has caused blackouts and disrupted traffic. Authorities have evacuated surrounding buildings in case of further damage. There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries., Image: 305030773, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, TEMP EPA

Work continues on Nov. 9, 2016, to fill the huge sinkhole that opened up a day earlier on a major road near JR Hakata Station in downtown Fukuoka, southwestern Japan. (Kyodo) ==Kyodo, Image: 305102196, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, Newscom

Work continues to fill a huge sinkhole, believed to have been caused by subway construction, on a major road near JR Hakata Station in the southwestern Japan city of Fukuoka on Nov. 10, 2016. (Kyodo) ==Kyodo, Image: 305209601, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, Newscom

Work continues to fill a huge sinkhole, believed to have been caused by subway construction, beneath a major road near JR Hakata Station in the southwestern Japan city of Fukuoka on Nov. 11, 2016. The municipal government expects the road to reopen on Nov. 14. (Kyodo) ==Kyodo, Image: 305292005, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, Newscom

A blue plastic sheet covers a huge sinkhole, now almost filled with soil, at a major road near JR Hakata Station in the southwestern Japan city of Fukuoka on Nov. 14, 2016. The Fukuoka city government plans to reopen the road in the evening, but it may be delayed due to bad weather. (Kyodo) ==Kyodo, Image: 305525439, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, Newscom

A road in front of JR Hakata station in the southwestern Japan city of Fukuoka reopens on Nov. 15, 2016, after a huge sinkhole there was filled with soil. The 30-meter-long, 27-meter-wide, 15-meter-deep hole is believed to have been caused by construction work on a subway extension line. (Kyodo) ==Kyodo, Image: 305620909, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, Newscom

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This combo shows a photo of a giant sinkhole (R), measuring around 30 metres (98 feet) wide and 15 metres deep, which appeared in a five-lane street in the middle of the Japanese city of Fukuoka on November 8, 2016 and another photo (L) of the same section of road after repairs were made on November 15.   The Japanese city on November 15 reopened the busy street that collapsed into a giant sinkhole, with efforts of crews who worked round the clock for a week drawing raves on social media., Image: 305629256, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: Japan OUT, Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, AFP