Florida sinkhole stops expanding after swallowing homes

USA: Sinkhole swallows homes in Florida (again)

USA: Sinkhole swallows homes in Florida (again)

A sinkhole that begun the span of a little swimming pool and kept on developing in Florida gulped a vessel, crushed two homes, compelling authorities to empty occupants from around twelve homes late last week.

Both of the homes that were destroyed were plagued by sinkholes in the past, police said.

"We don't know exactly where that safe edge is", said Kevin Gurthrie, assistant county administrator for public safety.

Nicholas Albergo, a professor in civil and environmental engineering at the University of South Florida, said the state's geology leaves South Florida less prone to sinkholes than the central part of the state.

"The sinkhole is indeed dormant", he said.

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The site is being viewed as an unsafe materials episode as a result of conceivable septic tank issues and debris. So far, no injuries have been reported.

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The United Way is starting a fund to help homeowners affected by the sinkhole. At the time, police said she had held a relationship with the student, whom she taught for three years, for several months.

Cosmo DiNardo is charged in all four killings, which took place on a farm owned by his parents.

The United Way of Pasco County has started a fund to assist the families, Starkey said.

Authorities say repair and recovery expenses will push the residents beyond their financial capacity.

"We will do everything in our power to get those folks back into their homes as quickly as we can", Guthrie said.

The sinkhole had resulted in a loss of power for about 100 other homes in the area after the local energy provider cut power for some residents as a safety precaution.

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