Just on the other side of Sarah Price's fence, giant excavators scooped up pieces of her neighbor's home.
"It was like, am I still going to have a house when I come back or will I have to go live with someone else?" she says.
Call it the luck of the draw. Sarah's home narrowly escaped the perimeter of the sinkhole that opened up Thursday.
A few feet closer, and her house would've been roped off and evacuated too.
"In our backyard, we can see it falling in. You could see the roof caving in. so, that's how close it is," Price said.
And even closer, the house next door on the other side has had sinkhole problems too.
"It's just worry. There's one over there. One over there. Is another going to appear in this area? And this neighbor here, she actually had indications. They finally got it filled up. So now we wonder just because they filled over there, is our house safe? You never know," Price said.
Sarah says she feels stuck, sandwiched between sinkholes.
"We don't have any indications, no cracks, but it is pretty nerve wracking."
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