CD Collins Offers Personal Story of Injuries from Pipeline Explosion

CD Collins' new novel Afterheat is loosely autobiographical and includes a pivotal experience in her life -- when a pipeline explosion melted her skin.

CD Collins’ new novel Afterheat is loosely autobiographical and includes a pivotal experience in her life — when a pipeline explosion melted her skin.

Kentucky artist CD Collins has long been in contact with and support of OVEC. Her album Clean Coal Big Lie is like a soundtrack for our work.

She’s not only educating folks about the toll from coal.

CD has a very personal and painful message about pipeline safety that folks fighting pipelines in their communities ought to hear and see, no matter how heartbreaking this is to watch:

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The story of CD’s injury is included in the inspiring new documentary The End of the Line, which documents a a diverse coalition of Kentucky farmers, families and faith-based activists as they work together to halt the proposed Bluegrass Pipeline.

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