In Florida (of course) a sinkhole opened up - exactly where one yawned wide several years ago.
For the first one,
In March 2013, Jeffrey Bush was asleep in his bedroom on the property when the floor collapsed and he fell in. His body was never recovered. His brother, Jeremy Bush, was in the house and tried to rescue him, even jumping into the hole. He was rescued by authorities as the ground crumbled around him.
Officials then razed the home and two adjacent homes.
And now, "The hole opened up again in Seffner, east of Tampa, and is about 20 feet in diameter..." No deaths this time.
More on Florida: "Sinkholes are so common in Florida that state law requires home insurers to provide coverage against the danger."
(thanks to Justin Kirkes)