TARPON SPRINGS, Fla. — New information about the hole that opened up on the campus of Tarpon Springs High School last week is expected this week.
Pinellas County Schools officials said they should be receiving the results on the ground radar tests on the hole. The results are currently in the hands of the district's civil engineer.
The tests were completed Tuesday after rain delayed them on Monday.
The hole was discovered before school started Friday near the Jacobson Culinary Arts Academy. Class went on as scheduled, however, students were kept away from the building while crews worked to secure the 20 foot wide gap that measured 12 feet deep.
The hole has been filled with dirt and the district said the hole does not appear to be growing. Officials are not calling it a sinkhole at this time.
The test results could be released Wednesday.