Another Fracking Danger: Left-of-Center Escort Vehicles

Due to the Marcellus Shale gas “boom” here, in north-central West Virginia, it is not uncommon to find escort vehicles (accompanying oversize equipment heading for or leaving well pads) driving left-of-center, as you can see in the photos below. It goes without saying that this is dangerous for anyone out of the roads. This is just one of a host of problems associated with Marcellus Shale activity here. 9710 escort LoC crop

110-Barker Hill escort

Escort LoC 9321

Escort LoC CR 15 C 2579

Stone energy LoC Rt 7 1559-crop

Escort LoC CR 19 w insert 2818

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