Thursday News

Ky. gas line blast injures 2, destroys homes

COLUMBIA, Ky. (AP) — An underground gas line in rural southern Kentucky exploded early Thursday, sending two people to the hospital and destroying two homes, a county official said. . . .

It is 83 miles from where the corvettes fell into the sinkhole (yesterday’s news, scroll down). MAP


MORE events on this map from RadChick

The parish blog says there will be a community meeting Tuesday, February 18 at the Texas Brine Command Post at 5:30 p.m..

Planet-warming methane leaking at higher rate, study finds

Crazy ants learn to neutralize fire ants’ deadly venom

Retired General Honore tells Rotary Club, LA is ‘threatened’ by saltwater

The Bayou Journal put up a photo of how close the relief wells are to the Bayou Corne homes:


WWLTV – BP to provide treatment, compensation for residents, clean-up workers < has info on how to apply

(We are finding news at Real Coastal Warriors’ face book page.)


10 thoughts on “Thursday News

  1. Columbia Gulf Transmission Company owns the pipeline. Town evacuated. “looks like warzone”..could it be subsidence?Or old pipelne infrastructure. Wonder when this pipe was checked visually! Cold time to evacute a home…three homes, barns etc damaged or destroyed. Gads…

  2. Overlap the maps of recent quakes and these events. We should take all of these events (explosions, sinkholes, sounds, etc) and overlap maps. Shoot I’m just on a mobile, and have apps…I’ll see what I can do…can’t promise tho…I’ll try.

  3. February 13, 2014
    3:40 p.m. Informational Meeting Scheduled
    A meeting has been scheduled for Tuesday, February 18, 2014 at the Texas Brine Command Post at 5:30 p.m. Information and updates regarding current activities and operations will be presented to residents in attendance.

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