JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A Middleberg woman has a sinking feeling the groove in her backyard is a sinkhole.
Pam Coates noticed the dip that she says extends about 20-feet long back in January, but didn't think anything of it until a few days ago when she noticed another hole.
"I don't want to sink in the hole I don't want to be in the house as it sinks because the whole main water line is exposed," said Coates.
She's referring to the water line of the pump house which she said is now damaged after more than a month of continued growth.
So, we looked into it and had Rob Martin, a geology professor at Florida State College take a look at the video, which in his opinion doesn't have all the circular hallmarks of a sinkhole but something is changing the landscape.