States with historically few earthquakes see surge in tremors, raising suspicions that they’re linked to fracking
ST. LOUIS — Torrential rains continued across the nation’s midsection on Thursday, causing flash flooding that killed a woman and a child, damaged homes and forced multiple water rescues.
Up to 10 inches of rain pounded southern Missouri overnight. A woman died near Jane, Mo., in the far southwestern corner of the state where creek water washed over a highway, sweeping away her car.
“Early this morning it just unleashed,” said Greg Sweeten, emergency management director in McDonald County, Mo.
KUSA – A small community in Kansas has been left with a big mark. A sinkhole in Wallace County is something that residents have told local media outlet needs to be seen to understand its awe-inspiring scope.
A KWCH report says the sinkhole occurred a few days ago and is 200 feet across and 90 feet deep. The local sheriff notes the hole appears to be getting bigger and doesn’t know what it takes to make it stop.
Kansas-based National Beef Packing Co. issued the voluntary recall after a 10-pound sample of its beef tested positive for E.coli. No illnesses have been reported. The company also issued a large beef recall in June.
The 50,000 pounds of ground beef that may be contaminated were shipped to retailers, wholesalers and food service distributors nationwide.
A Kansas company has issued a massive recall of ground beef products after some tested positive for E.coli.
National Beef Packing Co. voluntarily recalled over 50,000 pounds of ground beef after a strain of the bacteria was found in one 10-pound sample, the company said Wednesday in a statement issued on its website. No illnesses have yet been reported.
The products in question were produced July 18 with a use by/freeze by date of August 7 and shipped to retailers, wholesalers and food service distributors nationwide.