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Possible sinkhole reported near downtown Titusville

Several sinkholes reported across Central Florida since Hurricane Irma

A possible sinkhole opened up in Titusville Thursday afternoon.
A possible sinkhole opened up in Titusville Thursday afternoon.

TITUSVILLE, Fla. – Titusville Police Department reported that a possible sinkhole had formed in the road near South Street and Indian River Avenue on Thursday morning. 

The roadway is currently being blocked as a rectangular chunk of asphalt has fallen into a newly opened cavity in the street, according to police. 

Police said that public works crews will be at the site to determine whether the hole in the road is actually a sinkhole or some other phenomenon, according to News 6 partner Florida Today.

Sinkholes have been reported across the state after Hurricane Irma saturated Florida with heavy rainfall last week. 

Two sinkholes have been reported in an Apopka neighborhood, swallowing one home and threatening another