NBC Evening News for Friday, Jun 27, 2014
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(Edmond, Oklahoma: Janet Shamlian) Oklahoma residents’ concerns about the spike in the number of earthquakes in Oklahoma examined; statistics cited; details given of suspicions about fracking; animation shown. [Oklahoma Independent Petroleum Assn. Mike TERRY- says it takes scientists to figure this out.] [Oklahoma Water Survey director Robert PULS- says this many earthquakes in this short period of time have never been recorded.] [Oklahoman Charlotte COPELAND- says it’s frightening.]
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