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All evacuation orders due to a massive 34-acre sinkhole that formed four years ago have been lifted.
Officials state the State of Emergency in Bayou Corne has been lifted and the area has been given a "No Further Action by the Office of Conservation." They say the area has been deemed no longer at risk due to the sinkhole and gas associated with its creation.
Bayou Corne is located in Assumption Parish. Wednesday, August 3 marked the four-year anniversary of when the sinkhole formed.
The small community has dwindled to roughly a dozen residents over the last four years.
"Forgotten Bayou," a documentary chronicling the community that was "thrown into limbo," will premier at the New Orleans Film Festival on Tuesday, October 18.
Texas Brine said the cost of responding to the disaster has totaled more than $200 million.
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