Florida sinkhole that swallowed homes grows

Two more homes have been condemned while contractors work to stabilize the massive hole.
1:25 | 08/06/17

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Now to Florida, where the sinkhole emergency keeps getting worse and worse. Two more homes condemned today, and authorities facing the question, can they save that neighborhood? Here's Adrienne Bankert. Reporter: It's the supersize sinkhole that keeps swallowing more of this Florida block. Tonight, another two homes deemed unsafe, more homeowners displaced. In all, six homes have been destroyed or condemned on ocean pines drive in land-o-lakes, Florida. Plagued by a depression the size of a large pond that appeared July 14th, growing to 225 feet in just a few hours. This weekend, drone video shows the sinkhole has now expanded to 260 feet at its widest point. More than three quarters the length of a football field. And 50 feet deep. Residents nearby remain on the edge. I think that the surrounding area can't help but feel questionable and unsafe because there is no guarantee. Reporter: Demolition crews say they expected to see some erosion as they worked. A 10 by 80-foot-long section of Earth collapsing Saturday. But new cave-ins proved so dangerous, crews had to leave. Returning to work from inside the sinkhole by boat. Tom, the United Way is helping displaced homeowners. Some residents allowed to return but with the sinkhole so unstable they'll get a knock on their door if they need to evacuate. Tom?

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