Giant Sinkhole Opens Up In Madison, Florida (VIDEO)

This 100ft long and 25 feet deep sinkhole almost swallowed a road in Madison, north Florida!

Woah! This sinkhole in Madison, Florida is huge.

And, according to geologists, it is continuing to grow… A real nightmare!

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Massive sinkhole opens up in Madison, Florida – July 14 2014. Photo: WTSP NEWS

The massive sinkhole (25 feet deep and 100 feet long) apparently opened up very quickly on Celosia Way in Madison, Florida at around 2:20 pm on July 14, 2014.at 1:45 p.m. to visit family last Monday. You remember this parking lot sinkhole in Florida?

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The giant sinkhole swallowed part of the road in Madison, Florida. Photo: WTSP NEWS

Now the road is blocked off but residents can pass by.

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This 100ft long and 25ft deep sinkhole opened up really fast in Madison. Photo: WSTP NEWS

Geologists say the hole in the ground is still expanding.

Last year, the Florida Geological Survey received a $1 million grant to study sinkholes and how they form. Such cover collapse sinkholes are caused by drought and heavy rainfall, develop fast and can be catastrophic. You can watch more photo of this monster sinkhole on the WTSP website.

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