RENO, TEXAS — The first time the earth shook their home, David and Meredith Hull thought it was a propane tank exploding outside.
Then it happened again. And again and again — more than 30 earthquakes since early November. One tremor tossed David Hull against the refrigerator and Meredith atop the stove.
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