Sandra Beard is tired of earthquakes in her neighborhood. She wonders whether they’re naturally caused, or linked to fracking wells in her area.
“Every night you go to bed, and you wonder, ‘Oh, God, is it going to happen again?’” Beard said. “When it does, you wake up, and stuff is crashing all around you.”
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