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SHOTLIST:

SOURCE: WFTS, COURTESY WFTS, EMBARGO TAMPA

Seffner, Florida - March 4, 2013

1. SOUNDBITE: Allen Lewis, Seffner, Florida resident (transcript below)

2. SOUNDBITE: Katia Vargas, Seffner, Florida resident

3. Wide, aerial, new sinkhole

4. Mid, sinkhole seen through fence

5. Wide, aerial, sinkhole partially visible in heavily wooded property

6. Mid, wooden fence bending

7. SOUNDBITE Katia Vargas, Seffner, Florida resident (Transcript Below)

8. SOUNDBITE Allen Lewis, Seffner, Florida resident (Transcript Below)

9. SOUNDBITE John Marquardt, Senior Geotechnical Engineer (Transcript Below)

10. Close, Bending fence

11. Close, New sinkhole seen through fence

12. SOUNDBITE: William Puz, Hillsborough County Spokesman (transcript below)

13. Wide, pan of lawn with sinking fence

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Seffner, Florida - Recent

14. Various, Damaged home from first sinkhole

VOICE-OVER SCRIPT:

SOUNDBITE: Allen Lewis, Seffner, Florida resident

'we're all worried'

SOUNDBITE: Katia Vargas, Seffner, Florida resident

'It happened to that man. It happened to our neighbor. It could happen to anyone.'

TRACK-1

RESIDENTS OF THE FLORIDA TOWN WHERE A SINKHOLE CLAIMED A MAN'S LIFE HAVE A NEW REASON TO BE NERVOUS.

A SECOND SINKHOLE HAS APPEARED IN SEFFNER, FLORIDA.

SOUNDBITE: KATIA VARGAS, SEFFNER, FLORIDA RESIDENT

'oh God it's scary'

SOUNDBITE: ALLEN LEWIS, SEFFNER, FLORIDA RESIDENT

'My wife and I will probably take some measures to check out our property.'

John Marquardt, Senior Geotechnical Engineer: "It is a pretty sudden event and there is not much you can do, occasionally you will get warning signs, some cracking or some sloping fences."

TRACK-2

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY OFFICIALS ARE URGING RESIDENTS TO STAY CALM.

William Puz, Hillsborough County Spokesman: "These two sites are not geologically connected."

TRACK-3

THE NEW SINKHOLE IS SMALLER THAN THE ONE THAT CLAIMED THE LIFE OF JEFF BUSH LAST WEEK.

THOUSANDS OF SINKHOLES ERUPT IN FLORIDA EACH YEAR, BUT FEW AFFECT HOMES AND DEATHS BLAMED ON SINKHOLES ARE EXTREMELY RARE.

MATT SMALL, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.

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