DELAND, Fla. - Crews in DeLand are monitoring a sinkhole that opened up on Stetson University property sometime over the weekend.
The hole was discovered Monday morning on the property of Stetson University, near the intersection of Florida and Michigan avenues.
Engineers said the hole is about 20 to 25 feet wide and 10 feet deep. No structures are endangered.
University officials said there is no impact to campus operations.
The city is working with an engineers and will monitor the sinkhole over the next 48 hours.
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Engineer confirms it is a sink hole. It’s about 20-25ft wide and 10feet deep. It may grow a little but no structures are endangered. City will monitor it over the next 48 hours and fill it in pic.twitter.com/wYBMxBYkDl— Mike Springer WFTV (@mspringerwftv) September 17, 2018
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