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Sinkhole swallows up Florida man

Chris Carrington
The Daily Sheeple
March 2nd, 2013
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A Florida man, Jeffrey Bush aged 36 is presumed dead after a 20ft deep sinkhole swallowed the bedroom of his single storey house. Rescue crews have repeatedly tried and failed to make contact with him.

Sinkholes are common in Florida as much of the state sits atop of a network of caverns, erosion underground can lead to a collapse and a sinkhole opening up. Jeremy Bush, the victims brother reported hearing a loud crash and then his brother screaming for help. He attempted a rescue but to no avail.

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  • http://T Evie

    I live in the state of PA. The newscaster said that PA like Florida is plagued by sinkholes because of coal mines.
    I do not recall any coal mines in Florida. Florida is close to the ground and few basements.

  • Anonymous

    what do one expect when sucking the earth dry, with all the gas, water and oil being siphoned there will be more of this to come.

  • the war next door

    I have a theory hear me out. we have been pumping so much oil out of the earth for so long. that once there was a space filled with matter. Now empty and caving in on its self. if you notice there are more voided spots caving in on them selves. all over the world more every year and we keep on pumping all over the world. just a thought

  • gmf

    Just a sign of what is to come for FL. You can’t suck most of the water out of soft rock and expect it to stand. The common fix for sinkholes is to pump in concrete – thus filling up critical water storage areas. Less area to store underground water means taking more out of the other areas quicker. Rinse and repeat.

    For the mother of all sinkholes, look up what is happening in Louisiana as the world’s largest salt dome collapse continuing to grow.

    • http://Google Mark Owen

      Maybe we will get lucky and the whole middle east will sink into an empty oil well. Let’s just make sure we have all our troops home before it happens!

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