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Sinkhole opens in Winter Haven

T. Michael Stavres, Winter Haven Director of Community Services,  and Adam Beward, from SAFE  Scientific Applications in Forensic Engineering walk around the bowl like depression on the east side on the parking lot closest to store fronts in the Winter Haven Square parking lot at 6031 Cypress Garden Blvd. Police and Winter Haven officials blocked off access to the area as the surveyed the development Winter Haven. Fl. May 29th 2014. The Ledger/ Calvin Knight

T. Michael Stavres, Winter Haven Director of Community Services, and Adam Beward, from SAFE Scientific Applications in Forensic Engineering walk around the bowl like depression on the east side on the parking lot closest to store fronts in the Winter Haven Square parking lot at 6031 Cypress Garden Blvd. Police and Winter Haven officials blocked off access to the area as the surveyed the development Winter Haven. Fl. May 29th 2014. The Ledger/ Calvin Knight

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T. Michael Stavres, Winter Haven director of community services, and Adam Beward, from Scientific Applications in Forensic Engineering, walk around a sinkhole in a shopping center parking lot Thursday. Police said the depression at Winter Haven Square had expanded to 70 feet wide and at least 15 feet deep. A Kmart and Publix in the plaza on Cypress Garden Boulevard remained open, and the affected area was cordoned off.

Sinkhole opens in Winter Haven 05/29/14 [Last modified: Thursday, May 29, 2014 7:55pm]
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