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Second Sinkhole Opens In Tampa

Less than a week after a Tampa, FL man and his bedroom were swallowed by a now 30-foot-wide and 60-foot-deep sinkhole, a new chasm in the earth opened between two buildings just a few miles away, though no one was reported injured. What do you think?

  • “I’m starting to believe Tampa’s not the paradise I once thought it to be.”

    Chris Copeland
    Military Recruiter
  • “Man, Florida gets all the cool ways to die.”

    Darrin Morley
  • “And they say sinkholes never sinkhole the same place twice.”

    Brigitte Freeborn
    Cable Splicer