Well is capped but trouble is floating below the surface, The NonProfit Times, November 1, 2010:
Blue crab samples in the Atchafalaya Bay contained a dangerously high 8.815 mg/kg of hydrocarbons, for example, according to LEAN's [Louisiana Environmental Action Network] reports.
"When we took samples, there was no visible smell or sight of oil," [Mary Lee Orr, executive director of LEAN] said. "We were astonished there were levels like that. You can't eat a crab like that, with those levels of hydrocarbons."