Palm Harbor, Florida - Palm Harbor Fire Rescue is on the scene of what could be a sinkhole under a home located at 114 Harbor Drive.
Initial reports show extensive cracking on the interior and exterior of the residence. All occupants have been evacuated from the home and there are no injuries.
As precaution, two neighboring homes were also evacuated.
Palm Harbor Fire Rescue tells 10 News that based on their investigation so far, it does not appear to be a sinkhole. They believe tiles separated from the home's foundation, causing a massive crack.
Insurance adjusters are expected at the home Tuesday afternoon to make a final determination.
Two other sinkholes have already hit the Bay area in the past week, both in Seffner. One sinkhole killed a man who was asleep in his bedroom when the ground opened up underneath him.
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