(Justin Prather)
National
At least one dozen sinkholes open in Florida neighborhood
More than one dozen sinkholes opened in an Ocala, Fla., neighborhood May 1. Emergency responders were first called to the area on April 25 after holes opened and caused "water explosions."
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