New Fly Over PHOTOS and Video from On Wings of Care + News

Bayou Corne Flyovers #17 and #18 — 2015 July-August

Observation of this photo by Walter Coin,
“With all that pressure deep underground salt water comes off as steam.”

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NEWS

Strange Sounds – There is another giant crack that is opening right now in Mexico! < MAP

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25 thoughts on “New Fly Over PHOTOS and Video from On Wings of Care + News

  1. I guess that southern berm will just remain sunken and unrepaired … with oily water flowing into the bayou and beyond.

    • Look how much that land has sunk across the road from those big tanks
      That little tank is almost under water where that square pond is at.
      And at cavern 2 Oxy 2 what are they blowing off ?

      That pad is gone where they video tape all those big tree going under water there.

      Under comments for Sinkhole Survey Data Available
      on survey map for June 2015 on map it got from sinkhole it 259’ feet to those two big tanks
      On March 2014 survey map from sinkhole it 231’ feet to those two big tanks.
      They gain 28 feet from that sinkhole to those two big tanks.

      • I saw that smoke too.
        Maybe it is oily vegetation … but I thought that was what the tanks are for.
        I guess with residents gone they do whatever they want.

      • Look at it again that not smoke.
        Almost at the last of that fly over video you get a good look at it.
        Do you think their letting off pressure from OXY 2 cavern ?

  2. On Forgotten Bayou facebook

    Bayou Corne community meeting
    It would been good to hear what was said.

    August 6 at 8:59am
    Sinkhole update: Went to a Bayou Corne community meeting last night conducted by John Boudreaux, OEP Director and attended by representatives of Texas Brine, DEQ, DNR, Assumption Police Jury and homeowners still living in the area. The sinkhole has grown a little over an acre since January, currently 32.5 acres in diameter, it’s about 180′ deep and around the sinkhole and neighborhoods gas is dissipating though no firm date as to when all gas will be removed and Mandatory Evacuation order lifted. Interestingly all of the cypress trees in and around the sinkhole (within the berm) will eventually break off and die. Cypress trees cannot live in 40-50′ of water.
    Additionally, Texas Brine has recently mowed property on the north side of Hwy 70 and many of the lawns on south side have also been mowed. Residents were concerned about the trash seen outside those homes on Hwy 70 and Texas Brine assured residents they would look into it. It is my understanding that once litigation is complete the homes will be demolished, though all hazardous materials have already been removed and all items removable donated last month. The new home for the 40 feral cats should be ready around October.
    I drove around the community and it’s just so sad what has become of a once vibrant community.

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  5. This was taken in June 2, 2013
    I was trying find a newer photo of this spot there a little tank there and that square pond.
    There a bare patch of ground near the road
    Bayou Corne Sinkhole Aerial Images 6-21-13LEAN049800009906211306212013

    I was thinking this place was sinking now I just down know.
    That is good as I can find
    Photo taken on August 01, 2015

    and

  6. Recorder for LA10 EHZ YC 01 : Bayou Corne, LA surface
    That sinkhole recorder for the sinkhole lake got all shook up today when that severe thunderstorm went though.

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