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Possible sinkhole has surfaced in Seffner, displaced families

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Authorities on scene of possible sinkhole in Seffner Authorities on scene of possible sinkhole in Seffner
Authorities attempting to contact residents Authorities attempting to contact residents
sings of exterior cracks sings of exterior cracks
Renter who witnessed her floor cracking before her eyes Renter who witnessed her floor cracking before her eyes
SEFFNER, FL -

Another possible sinkhole has surfaced underneath a Seffner duplex at 5315 Peach Ave.  Authorities on the scene have confirmed that tiles in one of the home's kitchen are buckling and there is evidence of exterior cracks.  Two families have been displaced at this time as a precaution.  Officials will have to use ground penetrating radar to determine the nature and extent of the depression. 

Stay with WFLA.com for more updates on this developing story.

 

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