Colorado Oil And Natural Gas Drilling Could Be To Blame For Flaming Faucets; State Denies Connection
FORT LUPTON, Colo. - They say they are living with a ticking time bomb. Karen Androvich and her husband have so much methane gas in their water their house could explode.
"Anything could set it off if there was a gas build up," says Karen.
Their water not only catches on fire, the methane is sucking the oxygen out of their home. The Weld County couple realized they had a problem when their carbon monoxide detector kept going off every time they turned on the water.