A very important landmark of Washington DC lies under its ground and remains unknown to many of the nation's capital residents. The Dupont circle tunnels one of the most important landmarks of the city remain closed to the public for over 50 years. Watch the video below for a breathtaking underground view!
A pancake collapse occurred on Friday at the parking structure that services Washington D.C.’s famed Watergate Hotel. The D.C. Fire Department responded to the failure as one person was injured. The multi-level partial collapse also affected cars parked in the garage. According to officials the area was under construction at the time of the collapse. The Watergate Hotel, which is part of the complex of offices and condominiums, is undergoing $125 million renovation. The 2600 block of Virginia Avenue was closed due to the incident.