SEFFNER, Fla. - The Hillsborough County Fire Department held a news conference this morning at the site of the sinkhole that swallowed up the inside of a Seffner family's home, leaving one man missing and presumed dead.
The brother of the missing man knelt down and placed flowers on the lawn on Saturday.
Meantime, crews are back out at the scene this morning testing the ground surrounding the home.
The Hillsborough County Fire Department says they have set up a website if anyone wants to donate to the families, it's: www.firefighter-relief.com.
To contact the family please use the email address WickerFamilyHCFR@gmail.com.
Jeffrey Bush was sleeping in his bed late Thursday night when the ground opened up below the home, taking the floor and the bed with it. His brother, Jeremy Bush, was desperately digging in the dirt, trying to find his brother but when deputies arrived, they had to rescue Jeremy.
There were 5 adults and one baby living at the home at the time the sinkhole opened up.
The house been condemned as an emergency, and no further recovery efforts have been allowed until it's stabilized.
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