Milan, Kansas resident Orin Dodez cleans up his home after a nearby 4.8 earthquake struck the area Wednesday. He said this is the fourth or fifth one he's felt recently and thinks that nearby fracking is the cause.
Milan, Kansas resident Orin Dodez cleans up his home after a nearby 4.8 earthquake struck the area Wednesday. He said this is the fourth or fifth one he's felt recently and thinks that nearby fracking is the cause. Fernando Salazar AP
Milan, Kansas resident Orin Dodez cleans up his home after a nearby 4.8 earthquake struck the area Wednesday. He said this is the fourth or fifth one he's felt recently and thinks that nearby fracking is the cause. Fernando Salazar AP

Increasing earthquakes lead Kansas to set up monitoring system

November 13, 2014 12:21 PM

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