5/17/2015 — Texas Earthquake near Fort Stockton — major Texas movement in the past week

A noteworthy (and rare) 3.1 magnitude earthquake has struck near Fort Stockton Texas at a fracking operation.

This marks the THIRD noteworthy earthquake to strike the Texas region over the past 10 days.  Two 4.0M earthquakes, and now this 3.1M.

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Fort Stockton is the location of a new unexpected fault line which opened up at the SURFACE , and extends multiple miles South towards the border of Mexico.

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Above: Screenshot of the new Fault which opened up to the surface near Fort Stockton Texas in 2012.

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This earthquake follows other very rare movement just South of this location , which occurred three days ago (May 14, 2015) when a 4.0 magnitude earthquake struck SOUTH of Ft. Stockton, TX near a dormant volcano along the Mexico border.

See the video update here, which covers Fort Stockton, and the new fault line that opened up out of the ground (on the surface), 2 years ago.

 

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Also, another 4.0M earthquake struck just South of Dallas Texas 10 days ago (May 7 2015), at a Venus, TX fracking operation.

See the video covering the Venus , Texas earthquake here:

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Information on this newest magnitude 3.1 earthquake near Fort Stockton, Texas from the USGS:

Magnitude / uncertainty 3.1 mb_lg± 0.1
Location / uncertainty 31.034°N 103.186°W± 3.5 km
Depth / uncertainty 5.0 km± 2.0
Origin Time 2015-05-17 22:15:14.100 UTC
Number of Stations
Number of Phases 11
Minimum Distance 170.99 km (1.54°)
Travel Time Residual 0.35 sec
Azimuthal Gap 96°
FE Region Western Texas (498)

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