Video View 2/13/14: Sinkhole Swallows Cars, Space View of Olympics, Drone View of Snow

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Every morning, News 4 This Morning shares a variety of notable news stories that also have eye-popping video.

Every morning, News 4 This Morning shares a variety of notable news stories that also have eye-popping video.

Every morning, News 4 This Morning shares a variety of notable news stories that also have eye-popping video.

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Kentucky: Sinkhole Swallows Cars at Corvette Museum (Handout/CBS)

Some valuable Corvettes went down the tubes in Kentucky.

Eight cars at The National Corvette Museum fell into a sinkhole early Wednesday morning in the Skydome exhibit (02/12). Museum official say they received a call from their security company shortly before 6 a-m saying the motion detectors inside the museum were going off. When officials arrived, they found the massive sinkhole. They so no one was inside at the time.

The Bowling Green Fire Department has estimated the size of the sinkhole at about 40 feet across and 25-30 feet deep.

Some of the cars include a 1993 ZR-1 Spyder on loan from General Motors and a 1962 Black Corvette.

The Skydome exhibit of the museum is a separate structure connected to the main Museum. A structural engineering firm determined this afternoon that the perimeter of the Skydome area is stable.

The museum was closed to the public today but will reopen Thursday (02/13).

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View of Sochi Olympic Winter Games from International Space Station (RTV/NASA/CBS)

The crew aboard the International Space Station captured a night view of Sochi, Russia, on Monday (February 10) which clearly shows the site of the 2014 Winter Olympics while they are just a few days under way.

Fisht Stadium where the Opening Ceremonies were held on Feb. 7 is easily recognizable as the bright circular structure.

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Drone's-Eye View of North Carolina Snow (iReporter Dean Kittleson/CNN)

Check out this video from iRreporter Dean Kittleson.

He attached a GoPro camera to a personal drone and launched it over Raleigh, North Carolina.

The result is a birds-eye view of the snow storm blanketing the city.

Snow and sleet fell across several southern states Wednesday -- Up to 10 inches of snow was forecast for Charlotte, North Carolina.


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