DRY OIL WELLS

. . . . . . . .DAISETTA, Texas (AP) — Geologists said a 260-foot-deep sinkhole that grew to the length of three football fields over just two days seemed to be slowing down Thursday, but that it could take months before it's clear whether surrounding areas are stable.

The 900-foot-long sinkhole, with crumbling dirt around its edges resembling sharp teeth, has swallowed up oil tanks and barrels, tires, telephone poles and several vehicles in Daisetta, a once-booming oil town of about 1,000 residents about 60 miles northeast of Houston.
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THIS LARGE "POT HOLE" IN TEXAS IS ONLY ONE OF THE MANY DAMAGING SIDE EFFECTS ABOUT OIL DRILLING THAT OUR AUTOMOBILE ADDICTED SOCIETY HAS ENCOURAGED.

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