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This sinkhole in Florida reopened in the exact same location where one swallowed a man as he slept in his bed more than two years ago.
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August 19, 2015 A sinkhole engulfed a sleeping Florida man in 2013, and he was never seen again. Today, a new sinkhole has formed in the very same place.
In Seffner, Fla., on Sunday, demolition crews and firefighters watched as a crane operator worked to bring down the home where a man was sucked into a sinkhole last week.
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March 4, 2013 Near Tampa, 37-year-old Jeffrey Bush is missing and presumed dead. A sinkhole opened up under his bedroom last week. Authorities say it's too dangerous in the 60-foot-deep chasm to search for him. Instead, the home is being demolished.
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