Pipeline in Hurricane Florence’s Path Poses Added Danger September 13, 2018
By Barbara Gottlieb, PSR Environment & Health Director | Daily Kos
Hurricane Florence inundated low-lying Carolina coastal communities, but also dropped heavy rains inland. Erosion may endanger fracked-gas pipelines under construction in the Appalachian Mountains. Know the risks.
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