San Diego sinkhole yawns open after water main break, swallows pickup

  • Why so many water main breaks in San Diego area?
  • Could these breaks be connected to Planet X and the coming pole shift?
  • Is San Diego in a stretch zone?
  • Just what is a stretch zone?

On Wednesday, Jan 17, 2018, just before 6 am., a water main broke, for the second time in less than a week, flooding the neighborhood, west of Interstate 805. As a result, a giant sinkhole yawned open on Delta Street, swallowing a pickup truck.

So, why so many water main breaks and sinkholes in San Diego area?

San Diego is in a stretch zone!

What is a stretch zone? For many years, the Zetas of ZetaTalk have discussed how the North American continent is being stretched into an ever-tightening bow by pressure put on certain areas of Earth due to Planet X (Nibiru) in the neighborhood. The center of the North American bow is near San Diego, and so San Diego is what is known as a “stretch zone.”  Breaking water mains in this area (as well as other areas around the world) have a lot to do with land being stretched and pulled apart, something that will increase as the pole shift nears.

Water from the broken pipe flooded and damaged four houses and four vehicles, including the pickup truck that toppled into the giant sinkhole.

This particular pipe runs near the line between San Diego and National City. It is the second time, in less than a week, this water main has broken. The 12-inch, concrete water main also broke on Friday, January 12.


Sanjuana Salinas was awakened by water from the break flowing into her house. Unfortunately, the towels, clothes and sandbags she put down did noting to stop the flow of water. Another resident, 85-year-old Pablo Garcia, found water up to his knees when he awoke. He was afraid of being electrocuted as he waded through the knee-deep water to get out of the house.

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Residents in nearby apartment units were forced to relocate for the night, possibly longer. The city will pay for damages and temporary relocation expenses for the residents.

San Diego Public Utilities crew that arrived just before 7 a.m. “once again” repaired the broken pipe. San Diego city employees made repairs because the  pipe runs near the line between San Diego and National City. Water service was restored by evening.

Residents living, not only in this area, but in other stretch zone areas as well, should expect to see a lot more water main breaks in coming days, as the pressure put on the earth by Planet X (Nibiru) intensifies.

Tick tock. Time is short! Prepare.

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