Flyover near Grand Isle, LA on Day 50 of the BP oil spill disaster.
Pilot Reed Esponge, Bell Aviation
Cameraman: Is that black oil on the sand?
Pilot: That's all oil. [The sand] used to be white.
Pilot: It's a total disaster zone... a total disaster.
Pilot: As a native of the area i consider this total destruction.
Pilot: Now it is starting to attack the inshore towards the city of New Orleans.
Pilot: We're about 5 miles inshore... look at the oil, it's attacking the inshore.
Pilot: I'm totally shocked.
Pilot: I didn't think it was that heavy.
Pilot: It is spreading fast very fast.
Pilot: It is very thick that is what we didnt realize.
Pilot: It's heading into marshlands.
Cameraman: No one is there doing anything.
Pilot: This is just the very beginning of it.
Pilot: I think that the worst is yet to come.
Pilot: It has not even scratched the surface as far as the damage.
Worst at 3:30.