Fear, Home Damage, and Dismayingly Few Answers at Townhall on Azle Earthquakes
The Azle High auditorium was filled near to capacity Thursday evening with an occasionally raucous crowd that demanded answers state regulators couldn't -- or weren't willing -- to answer about why, over the last two months, earthquakes in a seismically silent area have grown in number and intensity.
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#1 Jan 9, 2014
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