HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Fla. - A massive sinkhole in Sefner caused two homes to be evacuated Friday night.
The sinkhole is 27-feet deep and 22-feet wide.
It’s located about a mile and a half from where a sinkhole opened up and swallowed a home in 2013, killing a man.
Emergency crews have cleared the scene and code enforcement has taken over.
ABC Action News is reporting that the sinkhole is no longer a threat, and authorities will develop a plan to monitor the depression.
Authorities told ABC Action News that it will be the responsibility of the homeowners to contact their insurance companies to fill the sinkhole.
Watch Eyewitness News This Morning starting at 5 a.m. for more updates.