Oklahoma experiences more earthquakes than anywhere in the world. Before 2009, Oklahoma had two earthquakes of magnitude 3.0 or greater each year, but now there are two a day. A 5.1 magnitude earthquake that shook northwest Oklahoma two weeks ago was the third-strongest ever recorded in the state, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) said. And, within the past 24 hours, seven earthquakes rattled the city of Edmond in central Oklahoma.
“These people you know, they have rights and their homes are being damaged and structural damage and its cause by a man-made condition,” Brockovich said.
Blaming a lack of regulation, Brockovich said that Oklahomans should review policies, legislation, rules, and regulations.
“There’s a lack of enforcement. There’s a whole lot of information that can go out there that can help this community speak up and stand up for themselves,” she said.