As tight gas formations, requiring hydrofracturing are used, these sorts of things will be more common. There was no physical damage.
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“We’re not used to worrying about this kind of thing,” said Cleburne resident Ben Oefinger, a retired school principal who felt the first quake June 2 while lying on his couch following an afternoon of yard work. “Nothing ever happens in Cleburne. That’s why people live here.”