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‘I caught a glimpse of hell in it’: Massive sinkhole threatens Louisiana town’s existence

 
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‘I caught a glimpse of hell in it’: Massive sinkhole threatens Louisiana town’s existence
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BAYOU CORNE, La. – It was nearly 16 months ago that Dennis P. Landry and his wife, Pat, on a leisurely cruise in their Starcraft pontoon boat, first noticed a froth of bubbles issuing from the depths of Bayou Corne, an idyllic, cypress-draped stream that meanders through swampy southern Louisiana. They figured it was a leaky gas pipeline. So did everyone else.

Just over two months later, in the predawn blackness of Aug. 3, 2012, the earth opened up – a voracious maw 325 feet across and hundreds of feet deep, swallowing 100-foot trees, guzzling water from adjacent swamps and belching methane
from a thousand feet or more beneath the surface.

“I think I caught a glimpse of hell in it,” Landry said.

Since then, almost nothing here has been the same.
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Re: ‘I caught a glimpse of hell in it’: Massive sinkhole threatens Louisiana town’s existence
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These poor folks have just fallen off the map. If it isn't in the news, it doesn't exist. :(
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Re: ‘I caught a glimpse of hell in it’: Massive sinkhole threatens Louisiana town’s existence
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"A bevy of companies has long regarded the dome as more or less a gigantic piece of Tupperware, a handy place to store propane, butane and natural gas, and to make salt water for the area’s many chemical factories. Over the years, they have repeatedly punched into the dome, hollowing out 53 enormous caverns."



Damn :(

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