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What the sinkhole that swallowed a Florida man looks like (VIDEO)
First Published Apr 04 2013 08:52 am • Last Updated Apr 04 2013 09:01 am

Florida man Jeff Bush, 37, was swallowed by a sinkhole while sleeping in his Florida home on Feb. 28. Now, video released by the county gives a glimpse at the depth of the sinkhole.

What the sinkhole that swallowed Jeff Bush looks like (VIDEO)

Video of the 60-foot-deep sinkhole was taken by a camera tied to the end of a pole that was stuck through the bedroom window of Jeff Bush, whose body was never recovered.Bay News 9 initially obtained the video through a public records request and released 1:35 seconds of raw footage from the camera.

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