Thursday, August 22, 2013

Video: Louisiana's Texas Brine sinkhole swallows another row of trees

From Mother Jones:
On August 2nd, Louisiana sued Texas Brine, the company that mined the salt cavern that experts have identified as the trigger for the sinkhole. Every few weeks the sinkhole burps—this is really the term the geologists use—and somewhere between 20 and 100 barrels of sweet crude bubble up to the surface.
Video: Assumption Parish emergency response office

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