A Boiling (Flammable) Crawfish Pot
Residents of Bayou Corne, a town in Assumption Parish 40 miles south of Baton Rouge, purportedly watched swamp gas bubbles grow in number since spring, until the bayou looked like “a boiling crawfish pot.” State officials detected explosive levels of natural gas as well as hydrogen sulfide and carbon dioxide in June, and seismic tremors gripped the town with fear shortly thereafter.
Toxic Gas and Water, Fire, and Radiation Fears
For thirty years, Texas Brine Co. LLC has been mining salt in the area to make brine, a solution of salt-water used for processes ranging from making paper to pharmaceuticals. When the brine is removed from the salt dome (as it was for the Napoleonville salt dome), a salt cavern is formed. One such salt cavern was unsound for months, according to the Ascension Parish sheriff and locals, and Texas Brine didn’t bother informing the public. Then, it was breached, and the sinkhole appeared overnight.
Residents have been evacuated to escape the toxic gas, contaminated water, and the possibility of a catastrophic explosion. Scientists are organizing vent wells to burn off gas, such as the methane bubbling up to the surface of the sinkhole.
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