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Saturday, April 23, 2011

Towanda Families Protest Ruined Water Supplies

Families blast gas exploration

By CHERYL R. CLARKE - cclarke@sungazette.com ,
Williamsport Sun-Gazette

TOWANDA - Just a few days after a Chesapeake natural gas drilling site flowback fluid spill contaminated pasture land and spilled into Towanda Creek here, Attorney Todd O'Malley led a group of about four dozen protesters, many of them who have had their water spoiled - they say by natural gas drilling in the Marcellus Shale - in a protest across the street from Chesapeake's headquarters here Friday. More...

Stroud said she finally went to a doctor after she became so ill her hair started falling out and she was unable to perform her job because her muscles were weak and she was experiencing severe tremors in her hands. She also experienced a racing heart, high blood pressure and stomach cramps.

The water test revealed high doses of lead, strontium, barium, arsenic, radium and other chemicals, she said, and she immediately stopped drinking the water, but the damage had been done.

5 comments :

Anonymous said...

"Families BLAST gas exploration"?? Ha Ha Ha hahahaha..

Anonymous said...

I personally do not see the funny side of this...this woman has had her life destroyed and jokes are being made . I hope that this woman will sue the sh-- out of who ever is to blame for ruining her life this way. Whom ever else has had the same problem with their water should do the same. These companies should be held responsible for what they have done to our people. No one should have to go through what this woman is suffering. I hope she finds a way to get better and live a long life. May God bless her and keep her in His loving arms. I am praying for all the families who have been hurt by this.

Anonymous said...

It could be you or anyone you know.

We are all expendable in this mad rush for our natural resources.

But hey! We got hotel, bar and restaurant business right? Good trade off.

Anonymous said...

23. DEP wins payments to the impacted families of twice the property value, and they average $200,000. Families keep their properties and mineral rights. No state has won payments of this size to compensate families for gas migration to their property. Give this a shot... They were bragging about this on a different post

Anonymous said...

I agree 5:53, this is not something to laugh about & whom ever thinks it is funny, Be Careful, judgment comes around!!