Fish kill in area of giant sinkhole was blamed on Hurricane

Published: November 29th, 2012 at 5:30 pm ET
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Title: Sinkhole evacuees stranded for some time
Source: The Louisiana Weekly
Author: Susan Buchanan
Date: November 26, 2012

[...] Fish appear to be unaffected by the event, [Dennis Landry, a local resident and businessman] said. “We haven’t seen any dead fish or wildlife from the sinkhole,” he said. “A modest fish kill in the area in late August was caused by Hurricane Isaac. [...]

The sinkhole’s impact on businesses has been mixed. “I’ve lost thousands of dollars in cancellations at my Cajun Cabins since last August,” Landry said. “I own three cabins on Bayou Corne. But at the same time, I’m renting my cabins and recreational-vehicle spaces to responding state agencies and to Shaw Environmental.”

Texas Brine is helping people stay afloat. [...]

He continued “I feel the authorities and Texas Brine are telling us most of what we need to know [...]

Published: November 29th, 2012 at 5:30 pm ET
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