Local man Dave Morang was injured by an SWN-contracted security truck, who failed to stop after hitting him. [Photo: Miles Howe]

Local man Dave Morang was injured by an SWN-contracted security truck, who failed to stop after hitting him. [Photo: Miles Howe]

Community Member Hit by Car, Sovereignty Summer Campaign Calling for National Solidarity Actions

by Mles Howe / Dominion Paper

By Sunday, June 23rd, SWN Resource Canada’s highly contested and protested seismic testing along highway 126, in Kent County, New Brunswick, had almost wrapped up.

But the seismic test along the highway is only one of several planned testing lines, and the company’s attempts to begin another line of seismic testing – this time along the back roads of Kent County – was yesterday halted in its tracks by community members living in the vicinity of Browns Yard.

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