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Ohio town looks for answers months after train derailment

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 Southern, joins Geoff Bennett to discuss.

Ohio town looks for answers months after train derailment

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