Dramatic Video of Burning Water
This lady has 8 wells within a 1/2 mile radius of her home. Last week, they had a grass fire and, obviously, they couldn’t use their water to put out the fire.
Fort Lupton woman has flammable water, fears blast
Anadarko Petroleum Corp. and Noble Energy Inc.
Please note: This is well water, of course, not city water. I think most people concerned with oil and gas drilling issues understand that, but for clarity: This does not involved Fort Lupton provided water.
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Would you please correct one thing? They don’t live IN Fort Lupton, they live a 8 miles east. Fort Lupton gets its water from the mountains. They’ve spent a fortune to bring their citizens good water and don’t deserve the publicity created by by inaccurate reporting. Thanks, Rosalie Everson, reporter for the Fort Lupton Press