In this Thursday, June 27, 2013 photo, Kenny Simoneaux looks out the door of the camper he is living in, in a campground in Pierre Part, La., after being displaced by the mandatory evacuation from the... more 
In this Thursday, June 27, 2013 photo, Kenny Simoneaux looks out the door of the camper he is living in, in a campground in Pierre Part, La., after being displaced by the mandatory evacuation from the approximate 22-acre sinkhole in Bayou Corne. Neighbors in tiny Bayou Corne face a wrenching decision after a huge sinkhole opened up near their community: Do they stay put or should they pack up and move? The sinkhole resulted from a collapsed underground salt dome cavern about 40 miles south of Baton Rouge. After oil and natural gas came oozing up and acres of swampland liquefied into muck, the community’s 350 residents were advised to evacuate. Texas Brine Co., the operator of the salt dome, is negotiating buyouts of residents who have not joined lawsuits against the company. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Gerald Herbert
Mon, Jul 8, 2013 9:34 AM EDT