Main road in Indonesian city of Surabaya swallowed by giant sinkhole

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.