They’ve been provided all kinds of assurances from Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine, the EPA and
other bureaucrats that all is well with the water supply and air quality. That’s a tough sell for residents of a community at ground zero of the 50-car train derailment. Ten carriages were carrying hazardous materials. Hundreds of residents were forced to evacuate ahead of the Feb. 6 “controlled release” of poisonous gasses that Norfolk Southern carried out.