On Tuesday afternoon, over a week and a half after the derailment of a Norfolk Southern train in East Palestine, Ohio, Governor Mike DeWine and other officials held a press conference updating the public on the ongoing effort to clean up the chemical spill.
While describing the events following the February 3 derailment, DeWine said that when he traveled to East Palestine to meet with those on the ground, “it was clear at that point that we were faced with two bad options.” “One option was to do nothing and wait for the [train] car to explode,” he said, which would result in a “catastrophic” spread of shrapnel going out in a mile radius. Ultimately, after weighing options, a controlled release was decided on, resulting in the burning of chemicals from the train cars. DeWine said that a few days after the fire was set, members of the Ohio […]
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