Law enforcement officials say so far, the operation at Camp Minden is going smoothly.
During day one of moving a million pounds of illegally and improperly stored propellants, 20 Explo Systems employees worked under the supervision of a handful of State Police technicians to move the material into bunkers. State Police do not have an estimate as to how much of the material has been stored properly but they are saying that the operation is moving faster than expected.
The Doyline evacuation order is still in place and there is no estimate as to when it will be lifted.
"Today went very well," said Lt. Julie Lewis, with the Louisiana State Police. "There were no incidents, no unexpected problems, and there were no injuries. But currently, at this time, our technicians are not able to make the determination when the evacuation order will be lifted."
The operation started around six, Saturday morning and continued to around 5:30 p.m. The process will begin continue Sunday morning at 6 a.m.
Still no word on when the road closures surrounding Doyline will be lifted.