la contaminacion del agua

Fracking family

Fractura Hidráulica: Sustancias químicas nocivas e incógnitas persiguen a los habitantes de Pensilvania rodeados de fracturación

Hicimos pruebas a familias en el país de la fracturación para detectar sustancias químicas nocivas y revelamos exposiciones inexplicables, niños enfermos y la "vida de ensueño" de una familia afectada.

Esta es la parte 1 de nuestra serie de 4 partes, "Fractura Hidráulica", una investigación de las sustancias químicas de fracturación en el aire, el agua y las personas del oeste de Pensilvania.

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