Growing Sinkhole Threatens LEGOLAND

Geologists recommended the theme park close through the weekend to give the sinkhole time to settle out.
1:43 | 05/31/14

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and a free 30-tablet trial. Tonight take a look at this image from Indiana. A giant sinkhole. Swallowing up a car. Everyone was okay. We have seen so many lately. Just across from a theme park from Florida. ABC is now on the scene where authorities say it could have been much worse. Reporter: Check out this 85- foot long 18-foot deep crater getting bigger in a parking lot just across the street from Florida's theme park. The recommendation of the geologist is to be closed the rest of the weekend to give it time to settle. Reporter: This cavity is 40 miles from the 2013 sinkhole that opened up beneath bush's bed. Swallowing him up as he slept. His body was never recovered. A few months later experts believe a sinkhole was behind this collapse. The central Florida vacation resort -- We heard a big boom. And then the bathtub lifted up and went down. Reporter: According to the survey there have been 296 depressions since 2010. More than 50,000 square feet of land devoured. Clair who works in a grocery store says the ground collapsed in less than an hour and a half. My boss said grab your keys. There's a sinkhole behind your car. Reporter: While there were excited visitors. There were those who knew better. This to me is scarier than an earthquake. Reporter: Thankfully no one was injured. Geologists will drill the ground to determine if the foundation is stabilizing. When that happens, they'll fill the hole with tens of thousands of pounds of cement. Thank you. When we come back, that

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