Watch This Incredible Urban Landslide Swallow 10 Cars In Baltimore

Heavy rains are being blamed for at least two landslides in the Northeast this week. The largest of the two happened in Baltimore’s busy Charles Village neighborhood Wednesday, when a retaining wall collapsed on 26th Street, sending cars and mud falling 75 feet onto CSX railroad tracks.

“It was there and then it wasn’t,” resident Dana Moore told the Baltimore Sun.

Luckily no one was injured but homes were evacuated so investigators could assess the area’s stability.

DOT and the Baltimore City Fire Department continued to remove more vehicles and debris Thursday afternoon.

Watch the dramatic video capturing the Baltimore landslide below: