TARPON SPRINGS, Fla. — The investigation continues into what caused a large hole to open up at Tarpon Springs High School on Friday. 

School officials say it measured 12 feet deep and 20 feet long. 

Crews filled the hole with dirt Friday. It’s also now behind locked gates and caution tape.

School officials are hoping a radar test done on Friday will shed some light on what happened.

Neighbors say they’re also curious to see what the results are as well, hoping it’s not something they may see on their property.

“I’m waiting to see a cause,” said Jim Arnold, who lives right across the street. “I’ve heard of them before and I’ve heard of people getting them, but never here.”

School officials say that testing should be done on Monday.  ​