National Corvette Museum to Re-Open a Year and a Half After Sinkhole Opened Up
The Skydome at the National Corvette Museum re-open yesterday, over a year and a half after a giant sinkhole opened up and swallowed eight Corvettes.
The 30-foot deep sinkhole is filled in, the inside of the Skydome cleaned and a new guard rail installed.
All of the cars are back on display in the Skydome, including the restored "one millionth" Corvette, which was unveiled today.
Tourism at the museum has increased by 66 percent.
Here's security footage of the sinkhole opening. There's also drone footage showing the inside of the sinkhole and a video of the 1 Millionth Corvette being recovered.