ASSUMPTION PARISH, La. - It looks like a scene from a movie, when a sinkhole swallows a group of trees underwater in Louisiana.
This video was shot on Wednesday, but the sinkhole first appeared last year in Assumption Parish, La.
It forced a mandatory evacuation in that area.
Since then, state and federal agencies have been monitoring it.
That's why cameras were already rolling when this sinkhole swallowed the trees.
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