Photos show blood and embalming fluid pooling in street behind Louisiana funeral home

Sickening photos show blood and embalming fluid leaking from behind a Louisiana funeral home Thursday and seeping onto the street, according to WBRZ.

To many, the large puddles that formed from the mixture appeared to be straight from a horror film, but a spokesperson for Greenoaks Funeral Home blames the horrific sight on the sewage system in Baton Rouge.

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The results of CQ Press's 17th annual crime city rankings are in. The report ranks 400 American cities in six different categories -- murder, rape, burglary, robbery, aggravated assault and motor vehicle theft. The end result of these rankings were used to compile this list of the most dangerous cities in America.

A year ago, Camden, N.J. held the crown. Click through our gallery and see which place dethroned The Garden State's struggling city and see which other cities made the list.

First Up: No. 1 Most Dangerous City

Rankings in Crime
Assault: 4
Murder: 5
Rape: 32
Motor Vehicle Theft: 3
Robbery: 3
Burglary: 16

(A "murder" rank of "4" would mean it has the 4th worst murder rate. Rankings are out of 400 cities or up to 411 cities, depending on the statistics available in each category. Eleven cities that did not have published statistics in all six individual crime categories were not considered in the overall rankings.)

Next: No. 2 Most Dangerous City

Rankings in Crime
Assault: 2
Murder: 4
Rape: 1
Motor Vehicle Theft: 23
Robbery: 1
Burglary: 78

(A "murder" rank of "4" would mean it has the 4th worst murder rate. Rankings are out of 400 cities or up to 411 cities, depending on the statistics available in each category. Eleven cities that did not have published statistics in all six individual crime categories were not considered in the overall rankings.)

Next: No. 3 Most Dangerous City
Rankings in Crime
Assault: 3
Murder: 6
Rape: 151
Motor Vehicle Theft: 2
Robbery: 8
Burglary: 9

(A "murder" rank of "4" would mean it has the 4th worst murder rate. Rankings are out of 400 cities or up to 411 cities, depending on the statistics available in each category. Eleven cities that did not have published statistics in all six individual crime categories were not considered in the overall rankings.)

Next: No. 4 Most Dangerous City
Rankings in Crime
Assault: 1
Murder: 10
Rape: 14
Motor Vehicle Theft: 78
Robbery: 18
Burglary: 2

(A "murder" rank of "4" would mean it has the 4th worst murder rate. Rankings are out of 400 cities or up to 411 cities, depending on the statistics available in each category. Eleven cities that did not have published statistics in all six individual crime categories were not considered in the overall rankings.)

Next: No. 5 Most Dangerous City
Rankings in Crime
Assault: 15
Murder: 14
Rape: 15
Motor Vehicle Theft: 1
Robbery: 5
Burglary: 102

(A "murder" rank of "4" would mean it has the 4th worst murder rate. Rankings are out of 400 cities or up to 411 cities, depending on the statistics available in each category. Eleven cities that did not have published statistics in all six individual crime categories were not considered in the overall rankings.)

Next: No. 6 Most Dangerous City
Rankings in Crime
Assault: 61
Murder: 3
Rape: 116
Motor Vehicle Theft: 4
Robbery: 45
Burglary: 55

(A "murder" rank of "4" would mean it has the 4th worst murder rate. Rankings are out of 400 cities or up to 411 cities, depending on the statistics available in each category. Eleven cities that did not have published statistics in all six individual crime categories were not considered in the overall rankings.)

Next: No. 7 Most Dangerous City
Rankings in Crime
Assault: 97
Murder: 25
Rape: 9
Motor Vehicle Theft: 13
Robbery: 2
Burglary: 7

(A "murder" rank of "4" would mean it has the 4th worst murder rate. Rankings are out of 400 cities or up to 411 cities, depending on the statistics available in each category. Eleven cities that did not have published statistics in all six individual crime categories were not considered in the overall rankings.)

Next: No. 8 Most Dangerous City
Rankings in Crime
Assault: 9
Murder: 7
Rape: 141
Motor Vehicle Theft: 12
Robbery: 17
Burglary: 190

(A "murder" rank of "4" would mean it has the 4th worst murder rate. Rankings are out of 400 cities or up to 411 cities, depending on the statistics available in each category. Eleven cities that did not have published statistics in all six individual crime categories were not considered in the overall rankings.)

Next: No. 9 Most Dangerous City
Rankings in Crime
Assault: 196
Murder: 2
Rape: 90
Motor Vehicle Theft: 16
Robbery: 87
Burglary: 41

(A "murder" rank of "4" would mean it has the 4th worst murder rate. Rankings are out of 400 cities or up to 411 cities, depending on the statistics available in each category. Eleven cities that did not have published statistics in all six individual crime categories were not considered in the overall rankings.)

Next: No. 10 Most Dangerous City
Rankings in Crime
Assault: 50
Murder: 12
Rape: 8
Motor Vehicle Theft: 46
Robbery: 21
Burglary: 6

(A "murder" rank of "4" would mean it has the 4th worst murder rate. Rankings are out of 400 cities or up to 411 cities, depending on the statistics available in each category. Eleven cities that did not have published statistics in all six individual crime categories were not considered in the overall rankings.)

Next: No. 11 Most Dangerous City
Rankings in Crime
Assault: 14
Murder: 8
Rape: 249
Motor Vehicle Theft: 41
Robbery: 14
Burglary: 98

(A "murder" rank of "4" would mean it has the 4th worst murder rate. Rankings are out of 400 cities or up to 411 cities, depending on the statistics available in each category. Eleven cities that did not have published statistics in all six individual crime categories were not considered in the overall rankings.)

Next: No. 12 Most Dangerous City
Rankings in Crime
Assault: 5
Murder: 26
Rape: 57
Motor Vehicle Theft: 69
Robbery: 9
Burglary: 10

(A "murder" rank of "4" would mean it has the 4th worst murder rate. Rankings are out of 400 cities or up to 411 cities, depending on the statistics available in each category. Eleven cities that did not have published statistics in all six individual crime categories were not considered in the overall rankings.)

Next: No. 13 Most Dangerous City
Rankings in Crime
Assault: 115
Murder: 1
Rape: 209
Motor Vehicle Theft: 32
Robbery: 103
Burglary: 112

(A "murder" rank of "4" would mean it has the 4th worst murder rate. Rankings are out of 400 cities or up to 411 cities, depending on the statistics available in each category. Eleven cities that did not have published statistics in all six individual crime categories were not considered in the overall rankings.)

Next: No. 14 Most Dangerous City
Rankings in Crime
Assault: 237
Murder: 21
Rape: 26
Motor Vehicle Theft: 14
Robbery: 16
Burglary: 3

(A "murder" rank of "4" would mean it has the 4th worst murder rate. Rankings are out of 400 cities or up to 411 cities, depending on the statistics available in each category. Eleven cities that did not have published statistics in all six individual crime categories were not considered in the overall rankings.)

Next: No. 15 Most Dangerous City

Rankings in Crime
Assault: 7
Murder: 32
Rape: 7
Motor Vehicle Theft: 74
Robbery: 42
Burglary: 5

(A "murder" rank of "4" would mean it has the 4th worst murder rate. Rankings are out of 400 cities or up to 411 cities, depending on the statistics available in each category. Eleven cities that did not have published statistics in all six individual crime categories were not considered in the overall rankings.)

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William Daniel, director of city-parish environmental services, told the Advocate the mixture flowed from a storage tank that holds excess fluid behind the building. He said a blockage in a valve prompted the leak, which ended up taking about 20 minutes to contain.

Fortunately, the leak didn't affect the public sewer system or storm drains as it took place on private property, officials told KATC.

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The funeral home has since apologized for the incident and issued a statement saying that as soon as they noticed it they were “able to immediately stop the leak, clean and disinfect the area.”

The funeral home, which is under new management, reportedly did not have a permit with the Department of Environmental Services. It is unclear whether or not there will be repercussions.

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