Residents near Ohio train derailment frustrated about risk of toxic exposure
In Ohio, anger and anxiety are running high nearly two weeks after a train derailment and major chemical spill. Residents there are growing increasingly frustrated saying they aren’t getting answers about their risk of toxic exposure. To help understand the potential risks for residents, Geoff Bennett spoke with Peter Decarlo of Johns Hopkins University.
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