SEFFNER, Fla. -- Two Florida families have been forced out of their home after discovering cracks in the floors and walls.
Authorities in Seffner aren't sure if a sinkhole caused the damage, but say they aren't taking any chances.
The cracks are visible from outside the home and the residents say they're even worse inside.
The local fire department was called in after a woman noticed the floor sagging in her disabled father's apartment.
Bay News 9 reports that the owner of the property will have someone run tests to determine whether the cracks were caused by a sinkhole.
The Red Cross is helping the families who've been displaced.
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