Prompted by concerns voiced by residents in the Canonsburg and Cecil areas over what many consider a high number of Ewing Sarcoma and other cancer cases in the region, three local organizations hosted an event Thursday to discuss the impact of the shale gas industry.

About 60 residents of the Canonsburg and Cecil areas attended the meeting, “What to Know When Fracking Is Your Neighbor,” at Canon-McMillan Middle School.

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