we have the first images from florida of that sinkhole that swallowed a home and a young man in his bedroom. And abc's gio benitez spokes he is there. Reporter: This is our first look at the massive... See More
we have the first images from florida of that sinkhole that swallowed a home and a young man in his bedroom. And abc's gio benitez spokes he is there. Reporter: This is our first look at the massive sinkhole that swallowed up 37-year-old jeff bush while sleeping in his bed. Look closer. Authorities tell abc news, the sinkhole, about 30 feet wide and 100 feet deep, could well extend underneath the two neighboring homes. Both less than 40 feet away. There is no one allowed in those homes and there will be a determination if they are condemned in the coming weeks. Reporter: Earlier today, crews used heavy machinery to recover some of bush's personal items from the bedroom, carefully collecting his jacket and hat from the wall. But jeremy bush is frustrated his brother remains buried in the rubble. They got this big equipment why can't somebody be harnessed up in that equipment and try to rescue him? Reporter: Authorities says that's just too dangerous. Any additional loss of life would make this tragedy even worse. Reporter: So, today, that machine ending the demolition, by sending flowers for mr. Bush down into what is now his grave. As crews now fill this sinkhole with gravl to stabilize it, we've learned a new sinkhole opened up just hours ago here in the same town. This one, we're told, did not hurt anyone.
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