House falls into Land O' Lakes sinkhole, neighborhood on alert

House falls into Land O' Lakes sinkhole, neighborhood on alert

House falls into Land O' Lakes sinkhole, neighborhood on alert

- A sinkhole swallowed two homes and kept growing in a neighborhood in Land O' Lakes, Florida on Friday morning, according to WFTS.

After the home collapsed, the only thing that was visible was it's roof and a side wall.

Pasco Emergency Management, Pasco Fire Rescue, Duke Energy, Pasco Building Inspector and Pasco County PIO are all responding to the scene.

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The Pasco County Sheriff's Office said the depression formed at 21835 Ocean Pines Drive in Land O' Lakes.

The firefighters went to the home but no one was there, the residents had already left to go to work.

A Florida home was swallowed up by the ground where a previous sinkhole had been stabilised overnight.

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By 9:30 am (local time) the home had fallen into the sinkhole. "This is something we've never seen before", he said.

Initially, authorities called the hole a "depression" but have since categorized it as a sinkhole - an important distinction for insurance purposes. The perimeter may be expanded if the sinkhole continues to progress.

Authorities said they voluntarily evacuated 11 residences in the area. The home was sold in 2015.

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