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Henry and Carolyn Welsh in front of their home near the Bayou Corn sinkhole have vacated their premises since Aug. 4th when the state declared a mandatory evacuation after the sinkhole opened up, only returning to pick up a check from Texas Brine to cover their relocation expenses. Carolyn is recovering from breast cancer and doesn't want to risk being around any extra potential carcinogens that may be in the air and water due to the sinkhole. The couple chose Bayou Corne as their place to retire; now they want Texas Brine to buy them out so they can move elsewhere and get on with their lives.
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Henry and Carolyn Welsh in front of their home  near the Bayou Corn sinkhole have vacated their premises since Aug. 4th when the state declared a mandatory evacuation after the sinkhole opened up, only returning to pick up a check from Texas Brine to cover their relocation expenses. Carolyn is recovering from breast cancer and doesn't want to risk being around any extra potential carcinogens that may be in the air and water due to the sinkhole. The couple chose Bayou Corne  as their place to retire; now they want Texas Brine to buy them out so they can move elsewhere and get on with their lives.