TUCSON, Arizona - Local authorities are baffled as to how in the world a sinkhole could have totally swallowed up an entire trailer park.
Officer Concord Bookberry with the Tucson Police Department stated that luckily a local fortune teller Madam Neptunisha predicted the exact day and time that the sinkhole would occur.
As a result the TPD was able to make sure that the entire 283 residents of The Napping Iguana Trailer Park were able to abandon their trailer homes.
Trailer house owner Mildred Cora Saltcloud, 47, stated that she has lived in Tucson all of her life, except for the two years she spent in California's San Quentin Federal Prison, and she has never seen nothing like the sinkhole that totally swallowed up her trailer and 71 other trailers.
Mrs. Saltcloud said that her and her husband Wallace "Bubba" Saltcloud, 43, were able to escape with all of their clothes except for a pair of Jordache jeans she had purchased back in 1992, two pairs of her sandals, and three bras which she really didn't care about since she said they was (were) all torn anyhow.
Wallace Saltcloud said that all of the wicker furniture can be replaced as well as the flea market sofa, refrigerator, and bathtub.
SIDENOTE: The TPD is reporting that sad to say none of the residents of The Napping Iguana Trailer Park had sinkhole insurance since sinkholes in Arizona are about as rare as hurricanes in North Dakota.