People are still reeling over the Florida sinkhole that led to the death of Jeff Bush, and now news has broken that a second sinkhole appears to have opened up in the same town. WTSP shared the details on March 4.
Officials are checking into the site where a second sinkhole appears to have opened up along a fence that straddles two properties. The hole appears to be approximately 10 feet across and five feet deep, but those following the first Seffner, Fla. story involving the disappearance of Jeff Bush know that these sinkholes can change quickly and be incredibly dangerous.
Luckily in this case where the second sinkhole appears, the spot is outdoors where it is visible and nobody has been injured. The latest update indicates that the people from the homes on the properties have not been evacuated, but that may change.
The second sinkhole appears to be only about two miles away from the Florida sinkhole that opened up suddenly as Jeff Bush was in his bedroom. Sadly that home is now being demolished, and Bush's body was not able to be recovered. News of the second sinkhole has got to be unsettling for those in the Seffner area.