So my mad dash for the camera and my respirator along with my banging heart and surging blood pressure was for naught THIS TIME. The media outlets need to be sensitive to those who live in the gaspatch and are awake to the risks….Turns out the BIG RIG they were talking about was an 18-wheeler on fire…not a drilling rig…I’m so SHALE SHOCKED.
I thought that the big rig they were talking about was on Randoll Mill Rd. Last week I snapped this pic when I took the young biologist* who interviewed me on what effluents affecting air quality were concerning to me.
UPDATE here’s the twitter pic of the BIG RIG..
Speaking of Shale Shock…..and I thought I could not see anything more shocking…..imagine living here….(this is in Mansfield TX)…*IAD-X.com air quality study info here…
*Natasha M. Kreitals Ph.D.
From: Natasha Kreitals <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: kim feil <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, August 19, 2015 8:45 AM
Subject: Re: Almost needed the IAD-X at that drill site I took you to
Thank you for the links. We are still in the lab trying to work on the technology. Our focus is primarily volatile compounds in enclosed spaces (so those that get trapped in your home). Talking to people like yourselves is helping us identify what the needs are so we can hopefully meet them. With your suggestions we will go back to the lab and work on the flexibility. So thank you for the follow up and suggestions.