Does it seem odd that there was no word of this in the Star-Telegram?
Apparently Chesapeake Energy had a fracking chemical spill, from an email:
A new witness spoke about a significant incident at a CHK site on Henderson recently in which there was a fracking accident that caused a pool of fracking fluid to spread over the entire width of the drilling pad. He showed a photo of it. You could see what appeared to be a white foam on top of the liquid at the center of the spill (if “spill” is an accurate description of what happened). The man said that this foam was a chemical mix placed there by workers who were trying to clean up. Apparently the incident attracted the attention of nearby residents who the man said were frightened. He mentioned that there were children who were frightened. None of us had heard of this incident and were wanting to hear more. But those on the dais sat silent and stone-faced and made no response. The man said it was time to stop the drilling and ask some serious questions. Ho Hum! Stone-faced silence. Moncrief warned this man about his reference to CHK during his three minutes and said he’d better not disobey the speaking rules.
Hello? Doesn’t Fort Worth have a news paper?
UPDATE: Here’s the link (link fixed). His testimony starts at 2:26:19.
“People were scared to death.”
They was bullied.
…spillage from one side of the property to the other.
There has been no investigation…