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Re: Pollution
« Reply #150 on: January 03, 2015, 05:56:52 pm »
VERY brief list (it's now at 8,000 and COUNTING!)
of the Harmed by FRACKING:
   :(  :P >:(
-Updated as of December 19th, 2014- *PDF version here List of the Harmed

The following is an ever-growing list of the individuals and families that have been harmed by fracking (or fracked gas and oil production) in the US.

Should you encounter any issues (misinformation, broken links, etc.) or if you are/know someone who should be added to this list, please contact us at pacwainfo@gmail.com

1. Pam Judy and family
 Location: Carmichaels, PA
 Gas Facility: Compressor station 780 feet away
 Exposure: Air
 Symptoms: Headaches, fatigue, dizziness, nausea, nosebleeds, blood test show exposure to benzene and other chemicals

2. Darrell Smitsky
 Location: Hickory, PA
 Gas Facility: Range Resources Well, less than 1,000 ft
 Exposure: Water – toluene, acrylonitrile, strontium, barium, manganese
 Symptoms: Rashes on legs from showering.
 Symptoms (animal): Five healthy goats dead; fish in pond showing abnormal scales; another neighbor comments anonymously

3. Jerry and Denise Gee and family
 Location: Tioga County, Charleston Township, PA
 Gas Facility: Shell Appalachia natural gas well
 Exposure: Water – methane
 Symptoms: Relocated, pond contaminated
http://www.sungazettePond contaminated.com/page/content.detail/id/565860/Tioga-County-family-struggles-with-methane-in-its-well-water.html?nav=5011

4. Stacey Haney
 Location: Washington County, PA
 Gas Facility: Range Resources gas well and 7 acre waste impoundment
 Exposure: Water – glycol and arsenic
 Symptoms: Son – stomach, (liver and kidney) pain, nausea, fatigue and mouth ulcers; daughter – similar symptoms
 Symptoms (animal): Dogs – death; goat – death; horse – sick

5. Phyllis Carr and family
 Location: Fayette County, PA
 Gas Facility: Three natural gas compressors operated by Williams and a dehydrator
 Exposure: Air pollution
 Symptoms: Headaches, sore throats, sinus congestion, rashes, blisters, lesions, respiratory distress, and hearing difficulties; blood contains phenol and benzene

6. Julie Kuhne
 Location: Clearville, PA
 Gas facility: Well blowout
 Exposure: Water -toluene.”…My water test came back contaminated with toluene. So did my neighbors.“
Symptoms: Unknown, replacement water or relocated

7. Joe A. & Sandra K. McDaniel
 Location: Clearville, PA
 Gas Facility: Steckman Ridge gas storage, wells 1000 ft from pond
 Exposure: Water- MBAS in spring fed fish pond
 Symptoms: Unknown, replacement water or relocated

8. Terry Greenwood
 Location: Washington County. PA
 Gas Facility: Dominion Resources Appalachian and Consol gas wells and impoundment
 Exposure: Water (waste pit overflowed into pond)
 Symptoms (animal): Cows – ten dead

9. Carol and Don Johnson
 Location: Tioga County, PA
 Gas Facility: East Resources waste impoundment
 Exposure: Water (waste pit overflowed into field) – chloride, iron, sulfate, barium, magnesium, manganese, potassium, sodium, strontium and calcium.
 Symptoms (animal): Stillborn calves, quarantined cows

10. Mary McConnell
 Location: Bedford County,PA
 Gas Facility: Columbia Gas storage field
 Exposure: Air – methane
 Symptoms: Headaches, breathing difficulties, sore muscles and other health issues

11. Wayne and Angel Smith
 Location: Bedford County, PA
 Gas Facility: Spectra Energy Steckman Ridge storage field, pipelines, compressor stations
 Exposure: Air, water – arsenic
 Symptoms: Various health ailments
 Symptoms (animal): Death – 5 cows, 3 dogs, 12 chickens and 4 cats

12. Steve and Jacki Schilke
 Location: Williston Basin, ND
 Gas Facility: Oasis gas wells
 Exposure: Water- magnesium, manganese, boron and strontium and sulfates; air – benzene, methane, chloroform, butane, propane, toluene and zylene
 Symptoms: Lightheadedness, dizzy and trouble breathing, at times can’t walk without cane
 Symptoms (animal): Dogs and cows sick, death

13. Mark and Sandy Mangan
 Location: Medina County, Ohio
 Gas Facility: Gas well
 Exposure: Air; water – salts, methane and cement
 Symptoms: Unknown, replacement water or relocated

14. William and Stephanie Boggs (Stephanie deceased, age 47)
 Location: Medina County, Ohio
 Gas Facility: Landmark 4 LLC gas well
 Exposure: Water, land, air
 Symptoms: Unknown,replacement water or relocated

15. Susan Wallace Babbs
 Location: Parachute, CO
 Gas Facility: Gas wells
 Exposure: Air- benzene, tetrachloroetheneand 1,4-dichlorobenzene
 Symptoms: Vomiting, diarrhea, lesions, pain, elevated heart rate
*Wallace Babbs’ symptoms mirror those reported by neighbors living near her ranch in Parachute, CO, and by dozens of residents of communities across the country that have seen the most extensive natural gas drilling.

16. Beth and Bill Strudley and sons
 Location: Garfield County, CO
 Gas Facility: Antero Resources gas well
 Exposure: Water; air
 Symptoms: Rashes, nosebleeds, blackouts, (relocated)
 (drilling by the Anschutz Exploration Corp. in New York contaminated the drinking water of  nine families.)

17. Floyd and Lisa Green
 Location: Garfield County, CO
Exposure: Air
 Gas Facility: Gas wells, condensate tanks
 Symptoms: Nosebleeds, headaches, nausea, muscle spasms, (relocated)
 Symptoms (animal): Chicken death, goat gave birth to a head

18. Beth Voyles
 Location: Washington County, PA
 Gas Facility: Range Resources frack waste impoundment and gas wells
Exposure: Air, water
 Symptoms: Rashes, blisters, inability to concentrate, light-headedness,nose bleeds, lethargy; benzene, toluene and arsenic in blood and urine
 Symptoms (animal): Farm animals and dogs suddenly died, other dogs aborted pregnancies, stillborn offspring

19. Jeremiah Magers
 Location: Cameron, WV
 Gas Facility: Chesapeake well fracked, 1200 feet from water tank.
 Exposure:  Water-methane
 Symptoms: Unknown, replacement water or relocated

20. Dennis and Tamera Hagy and sons
 Location: Jackson County, WV
 Gas Facility: Equitable gas wells 1,080 feet away
Exposure: Water – arsenic, lead, barium and Bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, radon levels were 1,233 pCi/l with the maximum contaminant level set at 300.
 Symptoms: Neurological symptoms, headaches, rashes, and vomiting, eyes burning, oddly tired; one son spitting up blood

21. Danny and Sharon Kinney
 Location: Salem, WV
 Gas Facility: Antero Resources gas well
 Exposure: Water – arsenic at .060
 Symptoms: Unknown, replacement water or relocated; cracking house foundation

22. Bonnie Hall
 Location: Wetzel County, WV
 Gas Facility: Chesapeake gas wells
 Exposure: Water – acrylonitrile, benzene, and styrene
 Symptoms (animal): Horses refused to drink the water
“Neighbors had suffered declining health…”

23. James and Ruth Parsons
 Location: Ripley, WV
 Gas Facility: Fracked well within 600 feet of well casing
 Exposure: Water-high levels of pollutants and contaminates
 Symptoms: Unknown, replacement water or relocated

24. Leann Kiner
 Location: Harrison County, WV
 Gas Facility: Antero gas well
 Exposure: Water – arsenic
 Symptoms: Unknown, replacement water or relocated

25. Lorrie Squibb
 Location: Flower Mound, TX
 Gas Facility: Intensive gas production
 Exposure: Air
 Symptoms: Multiple myeloma, a blood cancer

26. John Barnes’ niece
 Location: Masontown, PA
 Gas Facility:  Gas well 200 ft away
 Exposure: Water – barium
 Symptoms: Comatose state for three weeks, liver failed and lungs filled with fluid

27. Janet and Fred McIntyre and family
 Location: Butler County, PA
 Gas Facility: Rex gas wells
 Exposure: Air; water – high levels of iron, manganese and toluene, high levels of chloromethane and t-butyl alcohol
 Symptoms: Aches, nausea and bouts of vomiting, fingernails curling under, hair loss, headache, eye irritation
 Symptoms (animal): Gagging and throwing up blood, diarrhea, death
She lives in one of 10 households near Connoquenessing, where residents believe nearby drilling has affected their water

28. Megan Collins
 Location: Dish, TX
 Gas Facility: Compressor station
 Exposure: Air
 Symptoms: Sinus issues, difficulty with balance and standing, headaches, fainting, dystonia and ataxia, nausea

29. Deborah Rogers
 Location: Forth Worth, TX
 Gas Facility: Chesapeake drilling operations
 Exposure: Water, air- benzene, dichlorodifluoromethane, chloroform, xylenes,
 toluene, disulfides
 Symptoms: Nausea from the strong odors ,nose bleeds ,severe headaches.
 Symptoms (animal): Asphyxiated goats and chickens

30. Sandra DenBraber
 Location: Arlington, TX
 Gas Facility: Carrizo natural gas operations
 Exposure: Air – benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, and xylenes
 Symptoms: Blood has Ethylbenzene, m,p-Xylene, Hexane,  2-Methylpentane, 3-Methylpentane; migraines

31. Kim McEvoy
 Location: Butler County, PA
 Gas Facility: Gas well 1,000 feet from house
 Exposure:  Water – arsenic and methylene chloride
 Symptoms: Sickness

32. Carl Stiles (deceased at age 46)
 Location: Bradford County, PA
 Gas Facility: Chesapeake gas wells
 Exposure: Water – strontium, uranium and radium
 Symptoms: Barium, arsenic, and VOCs (volatile organic chemicals) in blood, intestinal cancer, headaches, memory loss, and tremors
“There are so many people in Sugar Run who have water buffaloes…”

33. April Beach and sons
 Location: Erie, CO
 Gas Facility: Five drilling pads within a mile
 Exposure: Air; dust
 Symptoms: Lesion in  spinal cord,  asthma, migraines,  severe  auto immune issues,GI issues and extreme pain

34. June and David Chappel (David deceased)
 Location: Washington County, PA
 Gas Facility: Range Resources waste pit the size of a football field, seven gas wells
 Exposure: Air, dust
 Symptoms: Sickness
 Symptoms (animal): Cat – death

35. Sherry Vargson and husband
 Location: Granville, PA
 Gas Facility: Drill pad only 500 ft. from her farmhouse
 Exposure: Water-methane, radium, manganese and strontium
 Symptoms:  Headaches, nausea, light-headedness

PLEASE PASS THIS ON! People need to know. 
Rob not the poor, because he is poor: neither oppress the afflicted in the gate:
For the Lord will plead their cause, and spoil the soul of those that spoiled them. Pr. 22:22-23


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