A brief recap of all the social media posts you might have missed about the Port Authority bus that fell into a sinkhole.
We might have to wait another 24 hours before we see some Halloween costumes inspired by the Pittsburgh sinkhole. Here are a few of the social media posts about the sinkhole you might have missed. (Please, please tag us in your sinkhole costume photos or photos of your sinkhole inspired jack-o-lanterns).
This morning, while stopped at a red light in front of the Westin hotel, the back of the bus fell into the sinkhole. No one was hurt and both the bus driver and the one remaining passenger were able to get off the bus.
— Heather Abraham (@KDKAHeather) October 28, 2019
Time-lapse video of the crane lifting the bus out of the sinkhole
Great work by Allegheny Crane getting the bus out, now the hard work of restoring the street – have patience. pic.twitter.com/15OTA2EWNA
— Pittsburgh Mobility & Infrastructure (@PghDOMI) October 29, 2019
A historic perspective on the incident
IDK, maybe these guys dug a little too deeply?
Problem couldn't be aging infrastructure & fed allocating no $ for repair, right? Right…. pic.twitter.com/zscvfvnAcl
— Historical Dilettante (@HxDilettante) October 29, 2019
Pittsburgh sinkhole memes
Pittsburghers are remarkable resilient about these unexpected traffic issues. Rather than responding with anger, Pittsburghers respond with memes.
Here’s my sinkhole meme-dump (excuse while i go write the descriptions)
The world is having some fun today with Pittsburgh's bus stuck in a sinkhole.
Free Willy! https://t.co/O4k4OCwDVe
— bill peduto (@billpeduto) October 29, 2019
The sinkhole gets a Twitter account
— Ryan Deto (@RyanDeto) October 29, 2019
The sinkhole was also used to explain the Steelers performance on the field
— Anthony Gordon (@patchofblackdfs) October 29, 2019
So, has it been mentioned that the Steelers have been much better at football since the bus was rescued from the sinkhole? #RallyBus
— Shawn Curtis (@shawncurtis430) October 29, 2019