Yesterday we reported big outages of many helicorders.
Well, that ain’t nothin’! TODAY they are going bananas – – – near LA12 and LA14. A big outage like this after midnight
– – – and then LOTS and LOTS of SEISMIC ACVITY. And we don’t think it’s trucks or vacuum pumps. We’ll soon find out when El BARFO does its thing! Hardhats on everybody!
LA17-01 had an outage Sunday night and lots of the other helicorders show blank hours from the weekend until now. Are they vacuuming up the helicorders by mistake??
The Bayou Buzz – Community briefing planned for those affected by giant sinkhole
People living near the giant sinkhole in southeast Louisiana were told Tuesday morning about a community briefing scheduled for later in the evening.
It will be held at the Assumption Parish Community Center at 4910 LA 308 in Napoleonville. It is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m.
Bayou Corne residents claim they were only given 24 hours notice of the meeting and don’t know what it will be about.
They added Lt. Gen. Russel Honore will be in attendance. . .
Start watching the tropical storm news this week. A big storm is forming in the lower Gulf.
[snip] . . . Stamford Fire Chief John Fontneau called it “a scene out of hell.”
“The house was leveled, there was debris in the trees, glass shards, front door and back door thrown many feet away,” said Fontneau. “There was actually a window frame up in the pine tree, the pine tree was snapped. It was a very big explosion.” . . .
NOTE: Today the Face Book page, Real Coastal Warriors has a lot of news about health impacts for BP clean-up crews. And they have a lot of news about pollution from mining and fracking industries and the Colorado flooding. Everything is getting into that flood water