Clean Or Contaminated? Residents Fear Tainted Water Post Fracking

Credit: Maryam Jameel/ Center for Public Integrity

Credit: Maryam Jameel/ Center for Public Integrity

By: Maryam Jameel, Center for Public Integrity

Sixty years after his service in the Army, Jesse Eakin still completes his outfits with a pin that bears a lesson from the Korean War: Never Impossible.

That maxim has been tested by a low-grade but persistent threat far different than the kind Eakin encountered in Korea: well water that’s too dangerous to drink. It gives off a strange odor and bears a yellow tint. It carries sand that clogs faucets in the home Eakin shares with his wife, Shirley, here in southwestern Pennsylvania.

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