Sunday morning, another "burb" occurred at Louisiana's giant sinkhole, according to officials.
"A burp occurred in the sinkhole this morning," Assumption Parish officials announced in their blog post.
The officials say that hydrocarbon and debris are on the surface of the giant "sinkhole."
The sinkhole is above the collapsing 1-mile by 3-mile collapsing Napoleonville Salt Dome.
The dome is under Grand Bayou and Bayou Corne communities.
The burp was predicted by this author this week.
Over this 7-month oil and gas industry disaster in Assumption Parish, a pattern has been established of increased seismic activity followed by a "burp," more of the Napoleonville Salt Dome collapsing and the "sinkhole" expanding.
The area has experienced increased seismic activity since Tuesday, with over 90 micro quakes on Tuesday and a spasmodic burst.
The area is still under an increased level of seismic activity, according to the USGS contracted Memphis University helicorders.
It is unknown at this time how much more of the sacrificed zone in the swampland has collapsed in this burp incident.