An Oil-Drilling Hot Spot In Texas Is Quickly Becoming The Earthquake Capital Of The U.S. Find Out How Wastewater Is To Blame.
Lived in the Sooner state all my life. I remember that frackin 5.6 earthquake! I had insurance but all the damage done appears to be what's considered noncovered cosmetic according to my insurance. (Somebody should be responsible wouldn't you think?) Thank God it's an older home built in the 60s left with multiple brick, tile and drywall cracks. Newer home across the street had to be torn down. Really sad it took the neighbors 2 years to win claim after inspection. So, in the meantime they had to live in a house they couldn't open any doors /windows. Haven't felt anymore since they made them quit injecting the salt water.