An engineering report on potential sinkhole activity in a Tarpon Springs neighborhood has homeowners wondering if their homes are going to be swallowed by the earth.

The Geotechnical Engineering Services Report commissioned by the city, following a sinkhole June 16, found "the subsurface soils ... are indicative of potential sinkhole activity." It means a city park and several surrounding homes are sitting atop ground that has voids in the subsurface that could collapse into a sinkhole.

"I've basically been living in fear," said Henry Collins who lives across the street from the park tested by the engineers. The engineers were called in after the earth collapsed beneath the home next door to Collins' house.

"Every night I can't sleep," said Collins. "Every noise, I get up and check because I don't know what it might be... It could be my house falling into the ground."

The city is expected to repair the subsurface of the park by pumping grout below the surface to fill the voids. However, homeowners are on their own. Collins says he cannot afford to hire a company to check the property beneath his home. "I'm just taking it one day at a time and hope for the best," said Collins.