A museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky was the site of a major car accident involving 8 classic Corvette automobiles, and absolutely no one was the wheel of any of the vehicles. What happened? One word: Sinkhole.

That's right, a sinkhole opened up and gobbled up the Corvettes in the wee hours of the morning at the National Museum of Corvettes. Some of the cars are being labeled as priceless, although the cost of the loss has yet to be determined. They'll try to rescue the cars when they feel confident enough that the hole has stopped growing.

Oh, and it was all caught on security surveillance cameras.

ABC News has the story and footage: