ASSUMPTION PARISH, LA (WAFB) - Mysterious bubbles are rising up out of an Assumption Parish bayou. Officials are trying to figure what's causing them.
Take a ride down Bayou Corne, and there are bubbles of all sizes along the waterway.
"We have reported on May 30th a pipeline leak, which started us coming out and investigating a bubbling in Bayou Corne," said Assumption Parish Homeland Security Director John Boudreaux.
Since then though, pipeline officials have not ruled that out just yet, but said it's unlikely. So now, investigators are going through the process of elimination.
By coincidence, since the bubbling began, many in Assumption Parish are worried
"Our houses shifting and cracks in our sheet rock and our foundation," said Jason Hugh.
"My home moved, and my home shook. My home moved, and I'm on cement," said Debra Charlet.
Officials don't know yet whether the two are related. Boudreaux has taken samples of the bubbles and sent them off for testing. Those samples are expected back in the next couple of weeks.
Officials are monitoring the bubbles twice a day. As for now, no evacuations have been issued and the waterways remain open.
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