DAISETTA -- The two recent sinkholes in Florida have gotten the attention of people in Liberty County, mainly because they have a sinkhole of their own in the city of Daisetta.
In 2008, Daisetta s sinkhole swallowed tractors, trees and equipment.
When asked what goes through your mind when you hear about the sinkholes in Florida, Daisetta resident Carol Fregia said, Being swallowed by a sinkhole.
And in this small community, that feeling is shared by many.
It could happen to us because it's so close to us, said Carol s husband, Luther Fregia.
That s why the Fregias watch the sinkhole like a hawk.
Surveyors believe Daisetta's sinkhole is stable.
Some experts believe saltwater that was stored underground after being used in oil production caused a salt dome to crumble.
Experts say there is no way to tell if the ground will ever crater again.