A massive sinkhole opened behind a Beechmont Avenue nursery after heavy rainfall earlier this week.
And it's not first time.
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Plants by Wolfangel owner Barb Henry was heartbroken when she discovered it Wednesday morning, she wrote on the nursery's Facebook page.
A similar sinkhole erupted on the property and closed the business for an extensive period of time in 2011.
The Hamilton County Engineer's Office says it's not involved since the sinkhole is located on private property.
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