Hydrochloric Acid Spill - Marcellus Shale

Posted By Rogan Law || 13-Jul-2012

4700 gallons of hydrochloric acid spilled out a drilling site last week about 80 miles northeast of Scranton!

According to the Timesleader.com, the spill happened on July 4th. There are currently no reports of contamination of the local waterways, but DEP and local clean-up crews plan to sample the local drinking water on Tuesday.

If you are concerned that your drinking water and local lakes and streams could be polluted; you need to fight for your land and environment. ROGAN LAW can help!

Negligence in drilling could lead to serious health concerns and possible injury to neighbors and loved ones. Call a Scranton personal injury lawyer if you have suffered at the hands of negligent drilling companies.

An experienced natural gas lawyer can help you overcome the challenges you face from the natural gas boom and protect your rights.

Call a Scranton personal injury attorney at ROGAN LAW if you have been affected by negligent drilling or fracking.

Categories: Accident, Marcellus Shale