After three attempts to contain the massive oil leak have failed, it has been determined that the site is too toxic for humans to work around anymore.
Remote controlled, robotic amphibious apparatuses that have been used to attempt to contain the leak, no longer respond to activators aboard the command ship due to the massive saturation of crude oil filling the waters of the gulf on a daily basis.
Crews have been ordered to abandon the project and sail to a safe harbor on the east coast.
On land, there has been a statewide evacuation ordered for six gulf states and the local authorities in the parishes effected are bracing themselves for an on slot of evacuees.
One state trooper in the south said, " I have no idea how all of this is going to take place without extreme chaos and hysteria. Most of the people we expect to escort through our parish don't have a clue as to where they're going, or where they're going to stay."
To prevent a massive traffic jam, civil authorities will be transporting evacuees on public transportation vehicles, also - railway trains have been commissioned by the governors in each state effected. Residents of the evacuated areas have been ordered to carry only what they can in their arms, all belongings and automobiles have been barred from the list of necessities one can take. Strict adherence to this order is mandatory.