Environmental catastrophe in Ohio – story suppressed

Environmental catastrophe in Ohio – story suppressed

30 million people downstream affected?
This is a catastrophe and this story is being suppressed.
My prediction is there will be lots of very ill people who will be blamed by the authorities with nowhere to go.

Much more to come, but in the meantime there is this Twitter thread.

#2 You are looking at a toxic cocktail of deadly chemicals purposefully being burned off in East Palestine after a train derailment.

Authorities burned off vinyl chloride, which is toxic & carcinogenic, and released harmful & dangerous hydrogen chloride & phosgene into the air. 

#3 Phosgene is a highly toxic, colorless gas with a strong odor that causes vomiting & breathing trouble & it was used as a chemical weapon in World War I.

Hydrogen chloride is a colorless to yellowish gas with a strong odor, that causes skin, eye, nose, and throat irritation. 

#4 Wisconsin Department of Health:

“Exposure to vinyl chloride can affect a person’s liver, kidney, lung, spleen, nervous system and blood.”

“Human and animal studies show higher rates of liver, lung and several other types of cancer.”


#5 The vinyl chloride burn occurred near the Ohio River which flows directly into the Mississippi River.

Thousands of farms may be affected by this.ImageImageImageImage

#6 The EPA sent a letter to the rail company, stating that ethylene glycol monobutyl ether, ethlyhexyl acrylate, & isobutylene were also in the rail cars.

“We basically nuked a town with chemicals so we could get a railroad open.”


#7 Amanda Breshears found her chickens dead ten miles from East Palestine.

“As soon as they started the burn, my chickens slowed down and they died.”

“If it can do this to chickens in one night, imagine what it’s going to do to us in 20 years.”


#8 There are reports of dead fish in rivers and creeks 5 miles away from the train derailment.


#9 Dead fish in Leslie Run coming out of East Palestine, Ohio. 

#10 Taylor Holzer, a fox-keeper, just outside of the evacuation zone, says one of his foxes died, and all have been acting sick since the vinyl chloride burn.

“The chemicals we’re being told are safe… are definitely not safe for animals… or people.”


#11 The top 10 railroad owners of the Norfolk Southern Corp include:


#12 The East Palestine, Ohio, toxic chemical burn may be the largest environmental disaster in U.S. history. 

#13 A former resident of East Palestine says “it is so much worse” than the media tells us.

“The water has been contaminated. The soil is contaminated. The f—in air is contaminated.” 

#14 Three new dangerous chemicals were found on the train that derailed in East Palestine, Ohio:

•ethylene glycol mono butyl ether
•ethlyhexyl acrylate

#15 Netflix recently released a film called White Noise about a train derailment of toxic chemicals causing a massive explosion and deadly event in East Palestine, Ohio.

#16 The CDC’s Medical Management Guidelines for Vinyl Chloride:

•Health Effects
•Routes of Exposure
•Patient Information Sheet
•Prehospital Management


#17 Video shows sparks or flames 20 miles before train derailment in East Palestine:

“We have obtained two videos which show preliminary indications of mechanical issues on one of the rail car axles.”


#18 Norfolk Southern Corporation (NSC), with total assets worth $38 billion in 2020, operates the railway that caused the toxic chemical release in East Palestine, Ohio.

Last Monday, the company made a $25,000 donation to assist evacuating residents.


#19 Norfolk Southern Corporation manages 19,420 route miles in 22 eastern states and the District of Columbia and has rights in Canada over the Canadian Pacific Railway’s Albany to Montréal route.

Around 6% of its deliveries are chemicals.Image

#20 A Facebook update yesterday from a Darlington, Pennsylvania kennel owner says after 20 minutes outside they had “horrible headaches, runny noses, burning and swollen eyes, pulsations within the eye sockets, itchy throat, and coughing.”

After facebook.com/vonschwarzdobe… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…Image

#21 The EPA’s liability letter sent to Norfolk Southern Railway Company on Feb 10th:

“Cars containing vinyl chloride, butyl acrylate, Ethylhexyl acrylate, and ethylene glycol monobutyl ether are known to have been and continue to be released to the air, epaosc.org/sites/15933/fi… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…ImageImage

#22 The EPA released a manifest last night from Norfolk Southern summarizing more chemicals that were released in East Palestine, Ohio:

•Three cars of Diethylene Glycol
•One car of Polypropyl Gylcol
•One car of Propylene Glycol
•Two cars of epaosc.org/sites/15933/fi…… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 

#23 Norfolk Southern Railroad pulled 180,000 gallons of “oil and water” from the East Palestine train derailment site.

The company issued a remediation plan to the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency on Monday detailing its recovery efforts.

•Sampled cincinnati.com/story/news/202…… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

#24 Hazmat specialist is concerned authorities aren’t testing for phosgene, hydrogen chloride, and dioxins in East Palestine, Ohio.

“Phosgene takes a special photo-ionization lamp or a special meter… What are they checking for? They only give lists of what they have found.… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 

#25 Taylor Holzer, a fox-keeper in East Palestine, Ohio, says several foxes he keeps on his property became mortally ill.

“Norfolk Southern Corp can’t get away with what they have done. Kirin is dead. The rest of my foxes are suffering.”

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