Plopped in the middle of a busy downtown street in Angola’s capital city of Luanda, four boys take advantage of a sinkhole formed when a water main ruptured beneath the pavement. Traffic was passing right by them. Luanda’s water supply is limited, so this hole and another “upstream” drew crowds for days. Kids were bathing, playing, and fetching water to wash cars. The holes got larger and larger every day, but they didn’t seem to be bothered. A stream of happiness for some turned out to be a big urban problem for others.
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