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I see you've noticed the underwater wells in Weld County, Colorado. Amazing; we've emailed the Denver TV stations, other media, and state and local politicians. We've sent pictures that our members have taken. It's like the media and politicians have been TOLD not to say anything about it. There has been no mention of the gas wells on the Denver newscasts either last night or this evening although all stations have had extensive and extended flood coverage. You can see underwater wells in the background of some of the newscast videos, and yet the reporters say absolutely nothing.Update: People living in Weld County contacted me a few minutes ago and they are now receiving many press calls about the underwater, leaking oil and gas facilities.
Here's a picture one of our members took yesterday in Weld County, Colorado. We've got tons more on our website. Check it out. The tanks are tipping and, in some cases, have fallen over. They have to be leaking toxins into the flood waters. There have to be hundreds if not thousands of underwater well pads in Weld County as a result of the flooding.
Citizen journalism works!
Another Update: There are quite a few photos HERE. One photo shows another tank that has tipped over. Another photo shows what the author says is a fracking chemical warehouse that flooded.
And Another Update From the Daily Camera:
Regulators say they agree these well sites could pose a contamination risk, and they will get out to assess the damage as soon as it's feasible.
Lafayette-based anti-fracking activist Cliff Willmeng said he spent two days "zig-zagging" across Weld and Boulder counties documenting flooded drilling sites, mostly along the drainageway of the St. Vrain River. He observed "hundreds" of wells that were inundated. He also saw many condensate tanks that hold waste material from fracking at odd angles or even overturned.