A possible sinkhole has taken half of this driveway along Calais Drive in Holiday.
Holiday, Florida -- Crews began work on Monday morning to fill a massive hole that opened up last month under a woman's driveway.
The suspected sinkhole took about three dump trucks of soil to fill. The home's owner says she's lucky she spotted the hole before backing her car out of her garage, where it remains stuck.
STORY: Possible sinkhole eats driveway
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She says there is no other obvious damage to her house.
The homeowner does not have sinkhole insurance. A company specializing in sinkhole restoration -- Advanced Pier Technology, based out of Brooksville -- is helping fill that massive hole free of charge. The company even rented the woman a car so she'd have transportation until she can get her own car back out of her garage.
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