Cassian Baliarsingh

A college graduation party is incomplete and colourless without music and dance. Students usually have a blast on their last day of college with party, music and dance.

However, a graduation celebration turned into a nightmare for a few students of a school in Peru after the concrete dance floor caved in, causing 25 students to descend into the sinkhole.

A group of boys and girls were dancing together and jumping up in unison to the music when the floor caved in and all the students were pulled into the sinkhole. Luckily, there was no casualty and the students were saved with minor injuries.

A video of the incident was first shared on TikTok and soon spread to other social media handles. Sharing the video, a Twitter user wrote, “25 students were swallowed by a sinkhole while dancing as the ground collapsed during their graduation party in San Martin, Peru.”


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Since being shared online, the video has garnered 855k likes on the photo-sharing app with over 8k comments.

“Hope everyone’s okay, and if that’s the case each of these kids will have a legendary story about how hard they were partying! No, we literally broke through the earth,” commented a user.

Another user wrote, “They will never forget this. Bless all of you so much.”

A third user wrote, “Sorry, I have to laugh” while another user wrote, “A ground breaking performance.”