Drew Mackie
March 25, 2015 11:25 PM

You’re watching a sinkhole devour an entire tour bus and then deposit it in the rushing waters of a flood-swollen river.

As harrowing as it may look, this near-disaster didn’t claim a single life. All the bus passengers safely stepped off the bus just in time to see the vehicle become a makeshift boat.

According to the International Business Times, the accident occurred in northern Brazil along the Trans-Amazonian Highway between Itaituba and Ruropolis. The Washington Post noted that late summer rains flooded the Rio Tapajos, which intersects with the Trans-Amazonian Highway.

Check out previous PEOPLE posts on massive sinkholes, including one that ate a snowplow in New Jersey in February and another that swallowed five cars at the National Corvette Museum in Kentucky.

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