Taxpayers Pay as Fracking Trucks Overwhelm Rural Cow PathsJim Efstathiou Jr.
When natural-gas drillers arrived in Wetzel County, West Virginia, resident Bill Hughes, a retired electrician, saw the benefits of producing a fuel that burns cleaner than coal. Then oversize trucks hauling drilling supplies began tearing up local roads, creating hazardous conditions.
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