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Peggy Tibbetts is the author of "Crazy b*tch: Living with Canine Compulsive Disorder," "PFC Liberty Stryker," and "Letters to Juniper" a 2012 Colorado Book Award Finalist. She blogs at From the Styx and Advice from a Caterpillar.
Sunday, March 24, 2013 High-Volume Natural-Gas Groundwater Spill in Colorado Demands Answers Now. No More Evasions! (3 comments)
In Western Colorado an underground spill/plume containing unknown hydrocarbon-chemical liquids, measuring 200 feet by 170 feet in circumference, and about 14 feet deep, continues to flow and remains uncontained. The spill is located 60 feet from Parachute Creek in Garfield County on property owned by Williams Midstream and WPX Energy. Parachute Creek flows into the Colorado River.