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Bayou Corne Sinkhole Videos

LEAN - Interviews with Grand Bayou and Bayou Corne residents affected by the sinkholeLEAN - Interviews with Grand Bayou and Bayou Corne residents affected by the sinkhole from Jason BerryJason Berry on VimeoVimeo.

LEAN interviews Grand Bayou residents, Randy Rousseau, Gina Vidros, and Rick Vidros as well as Bayou Corne resident, Shelley Hernandez, about the effects of a giant sinkhole that has developed over a salt dome in their community owned by the Texas Brine Company. This interview was conducted on August 8, 2012 on Grand Bayou. 10 minutes. An extended version is available below.

LEAN - Wilma Subra speaks to Bayou Corne and Grand Bayou residents about the sink hole in their communityLEAN - Wilma Subra speaks to Bayou Corne and Grand Bayou residents about the sink hole in their community from Jason BerryJason Berry on VimeoVimeo.

Wilma Subra, speaks to the residents of Bayou Corne, LA and Grand Bayou, LA about the giant sinkhole that has developed over a salt dome in their community owned by the Texas Brine Co. This meeting took place in Bayou Corne, LA on August 8, 2012.

LEAN - Texas Brine Press Conference - Gonzalez, LA - August 10, 2012LEAN - Texas Brine Press Conference - Gonzalez, LA - August 10, 2012 from Jason BerryJason Berry on VimeoVimeo.

Texas Brine Officials hold press conference on the sink hole above their salt dome cavern in Bayou Corne.

LEAN - Bayou Corne and Grand Bayou residents discuss the effects of the sink hole that has developed in their communityLEAN - Bayou Corne and Grand Bayou residents discuss the effects of the sink hole that has developed in their community from Jason BerryJason Berry on VimeoVimeo.

Residents of Bayou Corne, LA and Grand Bayou, Randy Rousseau, Gina Vidros, Rick Vidros, and Shelley Hernandez discuss the effects of a giant sinkhole that has developed over a salt dome owned by the Texas Brine Company in their community. This interview was conducted on August 8, 2012 on Grand Bayou. 33 minute extended version.


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