Five years ago this week, on the night of April 20, 2010 at 9:30 p.m., BP executives that had flown in on a helicopter were celebrating the successes of the oil-drilling rig called Deepwater Horizon, standing on the rig’s main deck with some of the more senior-ranking workers. Ironically, they were also toasting to that fact that it had been over seven years since the last injury on the Horizon. Those that were not granted the few premium invites to the party were going about their normal routine: showering, sleeping, getting ready for bed, relaxing from a hard days’ work. In the next 30 minutes, the unthinkable happened -- by 10 p.m., the entire rig was engulfed in flames, and by April 22, it had completely disappeared under the sea. The following days, weeks, and even years have had a devastating effect on the ecosystems and communities all throughout the Gulf of Mexico, as crude oil leaked from the rig and into the surrounding ocean.