Guatemala was hit by Tropical storm Agatha in May 2010. The storm hit near the Guatemala-Mexico border and died down the next day, but left a huge path of destruction in its wake.
As a result of this storm a huge sinkhole at 66 feet wide and a least 300 feet deep, the almost perfectly cylindrical hole is not on a geological fault and isn’t a product of an earthquake. It’s a result of heavy rains and a saturated water table.
Sinkholes are natural depressions that can form when water-saturated soil and other particles become too heavy and cause the roofs of existing voids in the soil to collapse.

Agencies that helped after the disaster were the Guatemalian disaster response agency CONRED. World Vision. The US. also deployed military helicopters. GIS can help in reconstruction by showing ground soil types, where pipes are located. GIS will show any creeks or rivers near by, if there are any under ground water flowing. 
An aerial picture of a sinkhole in Guatemala, 2010.