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 HOLIDAY Ñ Pasco Fire Rescue officials were at the scene of a hole that swallowed a car to its bumper Saturday afternoon. It was the third such depression in the past four days in Holiday.  The two holes that opened Tuesday and Wednesday occurred at the Holiday Travel Park. The latest chasm happened about a quarter-mile away at 4935 Rosedale Lane in the Knollwood Village subdivision.  No evacuations were ordered and no injuries reported.  Pasco officials didn't call it a "sinkhole" but rather used the term "depression" until the opening can be analyzed by geologists.  "You never know," Pasco County spokesman Doug Tobin said. "It could have been caused by a sprinkler."  The hole, described as six feet deep and 10 feet in diameter, formed in the front yard of a home.  Fire rescue personnel arrived to find a car tilted inside the hole up to its bumper. A truck pulled it out.  [Bay News 9 photo]11/15/14

Third hole in four days opens in Holiday, swallowing a car

HOLIDAY — Pasco Fire Rescue officials were at the scene of a hole that swallowed a car to its bumper Saturday afternoon. It was the third such depression in the past four days in Holiday. The two holes that opened Tuesday and Wednesday occurred at the Holiday Travel Park. The latest chasm happened about a quarter-m …

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