Jalan Raya Gubeng, one of the main roads in Surabaya, the second biggest city in Indonesia, collapsed on Tuesday evening, creating a giant sinkhole that was measured to be 328 feet long and 65-100 feet deep, local media reported.
Surabaya Deputy Mayor Wisnu Sakti Buana said the sinkhole was related to the construction of a parking basement at Siloam Hospital.
"This is related to the project on the side of the road. The Siloam Hospital project. They were supposed to build a foundation first, but they didn't."
No casualties have been reported.