SAN ANTONIO - Hydraulic fracturing or fracking has been a big economic boom to South Texas, but not without some controversy. Some say it's causing earthquakes. Reports have shown it increases car accidents south of here. But this may be the most controversial yet... should companies be allowed to drill under cemeteries?
It's already happening at some Texas cemeteries, and a company is looking to do the same thing in Ohio now.
Some opponents obviously say cemeteries should be hallowed grounds.
The fracking companies and those leasing the rights say because of the way fracturing works, the rigs don't necessarily have to be installed right next to the tombstones. And the drilling happens so far underground it won't disturb any graves.
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