No, and there's actually three towns evacuated with no idea when, if ever they'll be allowed to return. They've had town meetings attended by thousands. These 3 parishes are in a State of Emergency. This cur's comments only reflect that it is NOWHERE near LA and never has been. The sinkhole continues to grow in size, and grow toward the irretrievable butane. The same red, abiotic oil that covered the Gulf during the BP oil spill, now covers the waters of the sinkhole, this is connected to something very deep, a direct avenue to the Macondo Wells 27,000 feet deep. That is a direct connection to the BP oil disaster. That is what geologists fear. This sits at the bottom of the New Madrid.<quoted text>
I wonder if all those folks from Bayou Corne that were evacuated have been allowed to return home?
There have been several tremors felt in the region, and they are growing in frequency and size.