Video Released of Sinkhole That Swallowed Man in Seffner, Fla.

The video from an initial inspection shows glimpses of the earth beneath Jeff Bush's home

Wednesday, Apr 3, 2013  |  Updated 12:06 AM CDT
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Hillsborough County released video on Tuesday of the initial inspection of the sinkhole that claimed the life of Jeff Bush at his home in Seffner, Florida just over a month ago.

Hillsborough County released video on Tuesday of the initial inspection of the sinkhole that claimed the life of Jeff Bush at his home in Seffner, Florida just over a month ago.

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Authorities released video on Tuesday of the initial inspection of the sinkhole that claimed the life of a man at his home in Seffner, Fla. just over a month ago.

The video shows glimpses of the earth beneath Jeff Bush’s home at 240 Faithway Drive in Seffner, near Tampa.

Bush, 36, died when the ground opened up and swallowed him on the night of Feb. 28. Five others who were in the house that night escaped unharmed.

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