Friday, April 5, 2013

Sinkhole Update from Bayou Corne, Louisiana: Explosive Gases Found in Adjacent Residences

This update is the 13th article in this Opednews series about the Bayou Corne sinkhole.
BACKGROUND: In Spring of 2012, Louisiana's Corne and Grand Bayou residents noticed strange bubbling in the bayou for many weeks, and they reported smelling burnt diesel fuel and sulfur. Then suddenly a sinkhole the size of three football fields appeared on Aug. 3, swallowing scores of 100-foot tall cypress trees. The sinkhole resulted from the failure of Texas Brine Company's abandoned underground brine cavern. The Department of Natural Resources issued a Declaration of Emergency on Aug. 6, and 150 families were evacuated. 

For maps, diagrams and additional information, please see the twelve previous articles in this series, listed at the end of this article.

Oil on the surface of the sinkhole by On Wings Of Care, used with permission
See the whole article at this link:

Mainstream media is STILL not covering this!

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