A 40-foot sinkhole opened up under the National Corvette Museum's Sky Dome yesterday, swallowing eight cars.  The sinkhole happened sometime before 5:30 am, cutting off power to the museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky.  

No one was injured in the incident.  Emergency personnel have allowed the museum to remove one car...the practically priceless (and last surviving model in the world) 1983 Corvette.  That car didn't fall into the hole.  Officials are insisting that the rest of the cars remain in the building because it's too dangerous to remove them.  

Here's the security footage, that is sure to make any car lover squeemish.