KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) – A man eating dinner in his Kansas City home heard a loud noise in his garage and came to find out, his car fell into a hole.

Willard Ralls was eating an early dinner in his house on Wednesday just before 4 P.M. in the 7200 block of Richmond Avenue when he heard a loud noise come from his garage.

Ralls went to his garage where he had parked his ’83 Cadillac sedan, a gift from his late father, which he has been working on restoring for several years.

“I thought maybe a vase fell off one of the tables in here, and I came out and saw my car sitting down in here. My immediate thing was to get the car keys for the other car sitting out there that was parked right here, so it wasn't going down either,” Ralls said.

When he looked out to his garage, he came to find that the Cadillac had fallen through a large hole his garage floor.

“A lot of bad things happened to me in the course of my life. This ain't (SIC) one of them. You know what I mean. I'm still here. You know what I mean. I just hope it's fixable and we can go from there.”

There were no injuries in this incident.

In the meantime, Rall's is still trying to figure out how he's going to get the car out of the hole without damaging it even more.

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