If you were considering moving to Seffner, Florida, we'd advise you to look elsewhere. Yet another sinkhole may have struck in the town; it's still unconfirmed, but the possibility forced two families to evacuate last night. Seffner's first sinkhole killed a 37-year-old man; its second appeared just three miles away; and its third opened up between two homes. In the latest case, residents called 911 when a duplex's floor buckled, its walls cracking, the Tampa Bay Times reports.
No visible sinkhole appeared, but rescue crews identified soft soil around the home, spurring the evacuation. A crew will today sample the soil beneath the duplex, which sits about three miles from the first sinkhole. The news is scary but not exactly surprising: Sinkholes plague the state by the thousands. They're a problem in China, too: A security guard was sucked into a four-story-deep sinkhole on the streets of Shenzhen last night, the South China Morning Post reports. The 25-year-old man was dead by the time police arrived, the International Business Times reports. The entire incident was caught on video. (Read more sinkhole stories.)