More than two dozen earthquakes that hit Irving last month grabbed most recent headlines, but dozens more in the past few years have hit across Texas, most frequently atop North Texas’ gas-rich Barnett Shale. Most of the temblors were considered small, prompting no reports of major damage or injuries. But some residents claim the quakes have spawned minor problems, cracking walls, floors and foundations.
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