Transcript for 2nd Sinkhole Opens in Florida Town: Who's at Risk?
Now to the deadly sinkhole in florida. We showed you the first pictures of the 100-foot deep crater. We're learning about another one opening up nearby. Abc's gio benitez is in the community of seffner, florida. Good morning. Reporter: Good morning to you, robin. You see the sinkhole, you're only looking at th opening. Underground, we're told it is so big that much of the ground behind me could be completely hollow. Just as this massive and deadly sinkhole was coming into view for the first time monday, incredibly, just about two miles away, the earth caved yet again. Residents of cedar tree lane, wondering if the sinkhole could grow, endangering their homes. We're all worried. It's scary. Reporter: This is a town on the edge. Residents fearing the horror that swallowed up 37-year-old jeff bush, sleeping on his bed thursday night, could happen again. That sinkhole, about 30 feet wide and 100 feet deep expands underground and could reach underneath the two neiring homes. There is no one allowed in those homes. There will be a determination of if they're condemned in the coming weeks. Reporter: Crews collected what was hanging on the wall. Jeff bush's jacket and hat. His brother, jeremy, needs them for closure. I love him. I tried my hard toast get you our, brother. Reporter: His grief turning to frustration. Asking why his brother's body can't be removed? Can't somebody be harnessed up like before and try to rescue him? Try to recover him? Reporter: Authorities say they wish they could. Putting people in harms a way, any additional loss of life would have made this worse. Reporter: Crews ended the demolition by dropping flowers into what is now jf bush's grave. This sinkholeas now been fild with gravel to stabilize it. At the new sinkhole, nobody was hurt. Thank you.
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