*Jeff Bush, 37, was sucked into the hole under his home in February
*Footage taken by a contractor shows the damaged room for the first time
*Coats, hats and shelves still hang on the wall above huge sinkhole
*The house was later demolished and Bush's body was never recovered
Unsettling video footage has given the first look into the massive sinkhole that opened up beneath a Florida home and swallowed a man from his bed in February.
Jeff Bush, 37, was sucked into the sinkhole while he slept in his family home in Seffner and when his brother, Jeremy, jumped in the hole to try to save him, he was nowhere to be seen.
Footage taken by a contractor who examined the hole shortly before the home was demolished has now been released by the county, and shows that every piece of furniture has vanished.
Most bizarre is how the ground has completely given way - revealing the brown dirt beneath - yet hats, high-visibility jackets and shelves remain on the wall above where Bush's bed once was.
A day after the accident, authorities stopped their search for Bush as tests showed no sign of life in the hole. The house has now been torn down and the family hopes to set up a memorial at the site.
Neighbours left their properties and the county has said that the houses on each side of the sinkhole house will have to be condemned, Fox News reported.
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