Officials have extended the voluntary evacuation in Doyline, Louisiana.
Residents are being asked to stay out of the town through Thursday possibly into Friday, that's according to Louisiana State Police Lt. Julie Lewis.
Authorities tell KTBS 3 News that there are no injuries or incidents to report and the safety of residents remains a major concern.
Authorities say if residents need to return home it is best that they do so after dark when the products are not being moved.
School in Doyline has been cancelled through Thursday.
The situation will be re-evaluated before making a decision about Friday.
If school is closed Friday it will impact the basketball tournament set to take place Friday night.
As far as the general election, voters in both districts are asked to vote at Westlake Baptist Church (about 2 miles south of Doyline).
Due to the activities at Camp Minden, A section of LA 164 in Bossier and Webster Parishes will remain closed on an emergency basis with an anticipated opening of late Thursday afternoon.
LA 164 will be closed from its junction with LA 614 on the west end to Amos Cutoff Road on the east end. Amos Cutoff Road is located one mile east of the
LA 163/LA 164 intersection in Doyline.
LA 163 will be closed from Boothville Road on the south end to its junction with LA 164 in Doyline.
Authorities say approximately 20 Explo employees moving the products with six certified Louisiana State Police technicians overseeing the process.
Lt. Lewis says if lightning is spotted near the site they will suspend the effort until it is safe to proceed.
So far there has been no contact between authorities and the owners of Explo.