Residents concerned about Florida sinkhole
SEFFNER, Fla. -- Public utilities workers held a press conference Sunday to address the lingering concerns with the sinkhole in Florida.
Workers said they promised the families that they would assess the weak ground and help neighbors retrieve any valuables from their homes. But they must do so at a slow pace.
They said once crews touch the buildings, they will most likely collapse.
On Friday, Jeremy Brush was in his Florida home when the sinkhole collapsed underneath him.
He disappeared, and yesterday, rescue workers called off the search for him.