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Chevron Throws A ‘Sorry For Fracking’ Pizza Party

Chevron is hoping a free pizza will work as an apology for a fracking site explosion that burned for four days straight and leaves one worker assumed dead. The Pennsylvania residents say the free pie and soda isn’t quite enough.

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