Article originally appeared on thepostmillennial.com.
Members of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) who conducted house-to-house interviews around the site of the East Palestine train derailment last month have started to become ill and symptoms include having nausea and headaches. The BBC Reports that residents around the derailment site reported similar symptoms on top of burning eyes and sore throats.In their statement the CDC said, “Symptoms resolved for most of the team later the same afternoon, everyone resumed work on survey data collection within 24 hours. Impacted team members have not reported ongoing health effects.”
According to the BBC, the train was reportedly carrying vinyl chloride and other potentially hazardous substances. Due to the chemicals, officials have stated that around 45,000 aquatic species have died.
EPA administrator Michael S. Regan was asked if he would let his children …
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