Norfolk Southern CEO defends Ohio response as EPA orders company to clean up toxic spill
The federal government ordered Norfolk Southern to clean up soil and water at its train derailment site in East Palestine, Ohio. Residents there say they’re feeling the effects of air and water contamination. Geoff Bennett traveled to Ohio and questioned the rail company’s CEO Alan Shaw about the long-term consequences of the derailment and chemical spill.
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