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Must See: Crude oil now covers much of giant sinkhole — Flowing into surrounding area (ENHANCED PHOTO)
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[quote:alexisj9:MV8yMDE2MjY5XzMzODg2Mzg3X0VBNUQ3MkJF] [quote:IwantToBelieve76:MV8yMDE2MjY5XzMzODg2MTM0XzkzMjQyRUEx] [b]State blames one company for gassy sinkhole, orders more seismic monitors [/b] http://www.examiner.com/article/state-blames-one-company-for-gassy-sinkhole-orders-more-seismic-monitors [/quote] That's something I'm not happy with, simply cause I don't think it was their fault. The last time they mined that cavern, they were mining the cap rock on top, probably for sulpher, then they noticed it was losing presure. We now know that wasn't the cause because the top is fine. But this is the reason they are giving for it being there fault. The salt got melted by water from the outside at the bottom/maybe lower side. [/quote]
A thick slick of crude oil can be seen covering much of the sinkhole [...] oil and water can be seen flowing from the sinkhole into the adjacent environment.
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