A sinkhole in Seffner, Florida, that killed a man more than two years ago reopened Wednesday. The new hole is 17 feet wide and 20 feet deep the Tampa Tribune reports. Neighbors told WTSP in Tampa they heard a loud noise minutes in the morning, then saw the hole had reopened. The hole originally opened below the home where Jeffrey Bush was sleeping in March 2013. He fell into the hole and died; his body was never recovered, according to the Orlando Sentinel.