CDC Staff Became Ill While Investigating Toxic Train Derailment In Ohio

  • CDC officials investigating potential health impacts from a toxic train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio, became ill during their study, CNN reported.
  • Seven CDC members reported sore throats, headaches, coughing and nausea while in East Palestine, Ohio, weeks after a Norfolk Southern train derailed in early February and a controlled burn leaked hazardous materials, including vinyl chloride, into the environment, the CDC told CNN.
  • The CDC members’ symptoms are consistent with health complaints reported by residents and first responders.
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