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Message Subject Sinkhole and Gulf Oil Disaster Connection...Also tied to New Madrid fault! Must see video!!
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November 2nd,
Officials: Flyover confirms massive collapse zone at Louisiana sinkhole (PHOTOS)

"Assumption Parish officials said a helicopter flight over a sinkhole east of the Bayou Corne community confirmed on Thursday their estimate of how much territory the slurry-filled hole swallowed Tuesday. [...]
He said with the newly available aerial photographs taken Thursday, he was able to verify those measurements — roughly an area 300 feet along the eastern bank and 100 feet inland [an American football field is 300 feet by 160 feet]— are accurate within 10 feet for the irregularly shaped collapse zone."

[link to enenews.com]


November 3rd,
TV Special: Giant Louisiana sinkhole “a history making event” — Experts have never seen anything like this before — An environmental nightmare (VIDEOS)

- Assumption Parish sinkhole is a history making event
- Part of parish is steadily disappearing into a hole in the earth
- Sheriff: It’s almost like a live animal, everyday it tends to grow and a new issue develops
- No one knows when things will end
- This sinkhole is new science
- Environmental nightmare experts are still struggling to get a handle on
- Aquifer now contaminated with natural gas and maybe even oil
- Sheriff: “Experts have really never seen anything like this before”

[link to enenews.com]


November 2nd,
More Contaminated Water

Boil water advisory issued for part of Iberville Parish
Boil water advisory issued for Clinton, LA

[link to lasinkhole.wordpress.com]


November 3rd,
Gas flowing from sinkhole

"Texas Brine Co. began burning off natural gas Friday that was trapped in a water aquifer near a sinkhole in northern Assumption Parish, officials said. [...]
Fears that the trapped gas, which is colorless, odorless and potentially explosive, could accumulate to dangerous levels at the surface has further justified the evacuation order, parish officials have said. [...]
“Next week, additional water will be removed from the casing to allow greater natural gas flow,” officials said in the statement. “In addition, a more permanent flaring system will be installed to allow more continuous venting."

[link to theadvocate.com]


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