Seattle regrading or unearthing? Which one was it?

wild heretic

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It looks to me like most of the ground subsided or collapsed like a sinkhole. In other places it rose up covering the walls.

You see those big houses in between the "hills". You can see their foundations and the space underneath the houses. The houses aren't level either. That's not normal. It's as if those houses had gone down with the ground collapse revealing the foundations. If true, then the shock of the collapsing ground wasn't enough to wreck the building.
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