A massive sinkhole in Seffner, Florida, caused two homes to be evacuated Friday night.
The sinkhole is 27 feet deep, 22 feet wide and is located about a mile and a half from where a sinkhole opened and swallowed a home in 2013, killing a man.
Emergency crews have cleared the scene and code enforcement has taken over.
ABC News reports the sinkhole is no longer a threat, and authorities will develop a plan to monitor the depression. The homeowners will have to contact their insurance companies to fill the sinkhole, authorities said.
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