Residents in Florida neighborhood evacuated due to massive sinkholes
At least 12 sinkholes have been reported in the Wynchase neighborhood of Ocala.
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Residents in a central Florida neighborhood have been forced to evacuate due to massive sinkholes that have formed over the last week. At least a dozen sinkholes have been reported in the Wynchase neighborhood of Ocala, Florida, about 80 miles northwest of Orlando, according to local media reports.
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