Frac Site Shut Down After Bridge Creek Earthquake

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A frac site is shut down permanently after an earthquake near Bridge Creek. 

The Oklahoma Corporation Commission announced Monday that Roan Resources, the operator of the well, has decided to permanently shut down.

This is the first time in Oklahoma that a frac site has had to close permanently due to an earthquake.

Many people in the area reported damage to their homes.

“It looks like it did go through the brick here, here, and here. Looks like it kind of stopped right there,” said Don Cocannouer as he pointed to cracks in his Bridge Creek home.

Concannouer says the cracks were not there before Sunday. His house has been in his family for decades. He says they’ve never had any issues until the fracking started just a couple hundred feet away.

http://www.newson6.com/story/39421828/frac-site-shut-down-after-bridge-creek-earthquake

A frac site is shut down permanently after an earthquake near Bridge Creek. 

The Oklahoma Corporation Commission announced Monday that Roan Resources, the operator of the well, has decided to permanently shut down.

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