Amy Boggs wrote a post yesterday, Sinkhole Repairs: Where’s the Grout?, that was followed by a story, Florida Sinkhole Reappears after Rain, which demonstrates that she is right–grout is not the proper method to fix most sinkholes:

A 20-foot sinkhole in Clermont, Fla., opened up this Monday between two homes, and the recent heavy rains could be to blame.

In 2001, a sinkhole appeared in the same spot and was filled with cement. It has now reopened and is causing some concern.

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