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Seismic testing truck vs homeowners

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LOCHBUIE, CO - MARCH 13: Joe Wiley, a tech with Terracon Consultants of Wheat Ridge, takes a sample of water at the home of Mieko and Charlie Crumbley. The Crumbleys said that a seismic testing truck struck the earth nearby with so much force that some walls in the home cracked and their water well was damaged. The sample was part of determining whether the supply had been affected as a result of the damage to the well. (Photo by AAron Ontiveroz/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
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LOCHBUIE, CO - MARCH 13: Joe Wiley, a tech with Terracon Consultants of Wheat Ridge, takes a sample of water at the home of Mieko and Charlie Crumbley. The Crumbleys said that a seismic testing truck struck the earth nearby with so much force that some walls in the home cracked and their water well was damaged. The sample was part of determining whether the supply had been affected as a result of the damage to the well. (Photo by AAron Ontiveroz/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
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March 13, 2013
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Joe Wiley a tech with Terracon Consultants of Wheat Ridge takes a... News Photo 163612053Co,Environmental Issues,Home,Horizontal,Sample,Taking,Technology,USA,WaterPhotographer Collection: Denver Post Copyright - 2013 The Denver Post, MediaNews Group.LOCHBUIE, CO - MARCH 13: Joe Wiley, a tech with Terracon Consultants of Wheat Ridge, takes a sample of water at the home of Mieko and Charlie Crumbley. The Crumbleys said that a seismic testing truck struck the earth nearby with so much force that some walls in the home cracked and their water well was damaged. The sample was part of determining whether the supply had been affected as a result of the damage to the well. (Photo by AAron Ontiveroz/The Denver Post via Getty Images)