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Ohio town searches for answers months after toxic train derailment

Summary by PBS NewsHour
In February, a Norfolk Southern train carrying hazardous chemicals derailed in the Ohio village of East Palestine, leading officials to burn the toxic freight to avoid an explosion. Residents soon began to claim a range of health issues. Months later, as remediation efforts continue, concerns in the area remain. Alan Shaw, the CEO of Norfolk Souther, joins Geoff Bennett to discuss.

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