Apr. 23, 2014 6:44 pm
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Bradenton home showing signs of possible sinkhole

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  • BankerGirl posted at 7:03 pm on Wed, Jun 19, 2013.

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    I live on this street and my house has the same problems. I have lived here for a couple years and during that time I have seen signs of further damage, though nothing major. I know at one point repairs were done though I do not know to what extent as I did not live here then. I also have a sloping floor and cracks in the walls and my side door cannot be opened because of the slant to the house. I do not know if it is a sinkhole or because of the large ditch behind our houses or something else entirely. According to the owner of this home the problem was fixed several years ago and it was determined that it wasn't a sinkhole. I have not seen proof of this claim. For now we are closely watching.[innocent]