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BOWLING GREEN, KY (WAVE) – A live stream is available to witness the delicate task of removing eight prized Corvettes from the bottom of a sinkhole which opened up under the National Corvette Museum.

The collapse of the sinkhole grabbed national headlines earlier this month.

[PREVIOUS STORY: Surveillance video shows Corvettes falling into sinkhole at national museum]

A webcam is set up to capture the progress of workers trying to safely remove the cars from the hole. In order to do so, extra support is being added to the structure and side panels are being taken out of the wall to make room for a crane which will pluck the cars out of the sinkhole.

Click here to go to corvettemuseum.org and see what's happening on the live stream right now.

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