Residents in Florida neighborhood evacuated due to massive sinkholes
Residents in a central Florida neighborhood have been forced to evacuate due to massive sinkholes that have formed over the last week.
At least a dozen sinkholes have been reported in the Wynchase neighborhood of Ocala, Florida, about 80 miles northwest of Orlando, according to local media reports. The holes have been forming around a retention pond.
Residents from at least eight homes close to the pond were evacuated, with no clear indication of when they might be able to return home, according to ABC affiliate WFTV.