Some people living on one Baltimore block are not spending Thanksgiving at their homes. That's because they say the houses are sinking.
Two houses have already been condemned in the 200 block of South Madeira Street.
Water is coming up out of the ground, but the city doesn't know where it's coming from.
Crews are searching for the source, but until they find it neighbors worry more homes will be damaged.
Neighbors say the problems started about seven weeks ago when a paving project began on nearby Patterson Park Avenue.
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