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HOLIDAY (CBSMiami/AP) – On Monday a car was swallowed whole by a hole that formed in a Tampa-Bay-area neighborhood. Now the neighborhood is becoming Swiss cheese, as another deep crater formed the following day.

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Pasco County spokesman Doug Tobin said the new hole opened Tuesday in a roadway and grew about 10 feet wide. No other cars or property was damaged and no injuries were reported.

Tobin said work has been suspended on a nearby sewer lift station due to the subsurface activity.

Engineers have to confirm that the depressions are sinkholes.

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The first hole formed Monday and grew to 10 feet wide and 10 feet deep. The mobile home at the brink of that hole was condemned. Five other homes were evacuated.

A private geologist hired by the homeowner said a third hole could be developing nearby. No new evacuations were ordered.

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