Second Sinkhole Opens

    Workers observe the demolition of the home where a sinkhole swallowed Jeffrey Bush on March 4, 2013 in Seffner, Florida. Jeff Bush, presumed dead after a sinkhole, estimated at 60 feet deep, opened under his bedroom while he was sleeping in the home. Demolition crews are working to raze the house, recover possessions, and stabilize the now-shaky ground.

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    This is terrifying. A second sinkhole appeared on Monday in Seffner, Florida—just one mile from where Jeffrey Bush became trapped last week. Crews at the scene said the 10-foot-deep sinkhole opened up behind a house, but luckily there was no structural damage and no one was injured. Bush, 37, became trapped Thursday night when a sinkhole opened underneath his house. Five people escaped. Officials called off the search for Bush on Sunday while demolishing what was left of the house on Sunday and Monday.

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