(Video screenshot) A newly published report charges that animals in Ohio parks are dying “at alarming rates” following the derailment of a chemical-laden train in East Palestine only a few weeks ago.
There were 50 train carriages, 10 of which were carrying hazardous chemicals, that derailed on February 3. The railroad actually allowed a “controlled release” of the poisonous gasses on the Norfolk Southern train – reportedly to prevent an explosion.
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A report from the Ohio Star said officials told East Palestine residents days after the accident they could return home, “despite the reports of hundreds of dead fish in the Ohio river near East Palestine and residents complaining of headaches and illness since the derailment.”Soon residents were reporting cases of bronchitis, lung issues, and rashes that doctors and nurses suspect are linked to the chemical exposure. TRENDING: ‘Jesus Revolution’ more than doubles industry estimates at box […]
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