The corner of Jimenez and Cadena is now blocked off with caution tape and cones. Sinkholes now surround the street, something new to the small town of El Cenizo. "This is the first one I've seen. I've never seen one before." "It's dangerous for kids, especially because it’s by the park." Dangerous is what residents and El Cenizo officials are calling the holes. Officials are asking for the public’s cooperation in obeying the warning signs for their own safety. "What we noticed is we had several barriers placed and the community would remove the barriers or disrespect any type of signage and just commute. And this is a very serious matter." But there's not just one sinkhole, when you go across the street there are two more. Mayor Raul Reyes demonstrates what happens when you step too close to the sinkhole. Looking into the hole, it appears completely hallow underneath the pavement. City officials fear it is just a matter of time before the road caves. The cause of the sinkholes are unknown at this time, but city officials believe it could have been a leaky fire hydrant or a mistake by the construction company who recently installed storm drains in the city.