Town files lawsuit after largest earthquake in Oklahoma history
Enlarge / A home in Prague, Oklahoma, after a magnitude 5.7 earthquake in 2011.Brian Sherrod, USGS reader comments 0 Share this story The largest earthquakes in the recent spree caused by the injection of wastewater in deep disposal wells in Oklahoma have been far smaller than the disasters in, for example, Chile. But buildings have sustained damage...
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