McDonald's hole nearly swallows grandmother and grandson in South Florida

Passengers escaped vehicle uninjured
Posted at 4:01 PM, Jul 07, 2016
and last updated 2016-07-08 08:00:48-04
A grandmother and her young grandson got more than they bargained for at a Cooper City McDonald's on Thursday afternoon.
The two were approaching the restaurant drive-thru at 10260 Griffin Road when their vehicle was swallowed by a small hole in the parking lot, according to WPLG.
It's believed that rain and construction caused the hole.
According to the woman, she saw the area before she pulled up and it widened as she got closer. Pictures showed the front left side of the SUV almost fully engulfed in the hole.
The woman and 4-year-old boy were uninjured and able to escape the vehicle.