They don’t know for sure if it’s a sinkhole. But it’s big. Bay News 9 reports the hole is about 12 feet deep and 20 feet wide. The hole opened up Friday at Tarpon Springs High School. They don’t yet know if it’s growing or not. Channel 10 reports a teacher first noticed it Friday morning before students arrived. So fortunately kids in culinary classes near the hole were moved to a different area on campus.
Tarpon Springs High School sinkhole view now. pic.twitter.com/hXIrosjvK5— bn9brantley (@bn9brantley) May 11, 2019
Here's what we know so far on the Tarpon Springs sinkhole:— Spectrum Bay News 9 (@BN9) May 10, 2019
➡️ Hole opened up on Tarpon Springs High campus
➡️ Sinkhole is 20 feet long, 12 feet deep
➡️ Students not being dismissed; School to continue as normal
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