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Whistleblower questions delays and mistakes in way EPA used sensor plane after fiery Ohio derailment

  • A whistleblower highlighted that the EPA's ASPECT plane could have provided vital data on chemicals in the air around East Palestine during a wreckage incident, aiding in evacuation.
  • Software developer Robert Kroutil noted the plane could have prevented burning tank cars by offering accurate temperature readings, as it didn't fly over until after the incident.
  • Despite the late flight, incomplete data was collected, and chemical sensors were off over creeks, prompting concerns about the handling of the rail disaster aftermath.
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