Southern Methodist University has released preliminary results from a study spurred by the recent earthquakes that have rattled North Texas.
The quakes, which have primarily centered near the site of the old Texas Stadium in Irving, “were relatively shallow and concentrated along a narrow two mile line that indicates a fault extending from Irving into West Dallas,” read a statement based on SMU’s findings.
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