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Thu Mar 22, 2012, 04:05 PM

Living Next to a Natural Gas Well; Drinking Contaminated Water

Back in November 5 News introduced you to a Harrison County woman who says her life was changed completely when natural gas drilling wells were put up just a few hundred feet from her home.

She was put on sleeping medication, got into a car accident with a well truck, and even took money from her savings account for an early vacation. We caught up with her to see what she's dealing with now.

Although the drilling and hydraulic fracturing ended a couple months ago and the noise has finally died down, Leann Kiner says the repercussions continue to haunt her. What happened this weekend was just a reminder her property may never be the same.

"I hate my home. I hate living here now. A place I used to love; I now despise," said Leann Kiner, a homeowner.


More: http://www.wdtv.com/wdtv.cfm?func=viewžion=5-News&item=Living-Next-to-a-Natural-Gas-Well-Drinking-Contaminated-Water-1695

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