WINDERMERE, Fla. -

The sinkhole in the backyard of a Windermere home that has attracted tourists and increased the home inspection business appears to be getting larger.

The sinkhole was originally estimated to be more than 100 feet across and 50 feet deep, and located about 3 feet from the back of a home at 4926 Indian Deer Road last week.

But when Local 6 news helicopter Sky 6 flew over the home on Friday, the sinkhole appears to have grown larger. The sinkhole is now about 2 feet from the home.

Sky 6 was there as crews worked around the sinkhole and at the surrounding homes.

Officials haven't released an updated width and depth of the sinkhole.

The family living in the home was relocated.

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