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Animals Dying Across Ohio State Parks After East Palestine Train Derailment

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The federal government and the administration of Democrat Joe Biden have stated that everyone in East Palestine, Ohio is safe and that the water, air, and land are also secure. People in the area are dubious that this is true, and there is now mounting proof that vast numbers of animals are dying in the region, as documented by Ohio State parks.

“After a catastrophic train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio, early last month, President Biden, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, corporate media outlets, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine, Environmental Protection Agency, and some local officials have ensured air monitoring and water sample tests show everything is under control” according to Zerohedge.

“But is it? Well, not according to the local newspaper Ohio Star. Reporter Hannah Poling said a confidential source told her that a wildlife biologist and consultant for the federal forestry received hundreds of reports over the last several days from forestry workers discovering “hundreds of dead animals in Ohio’s parks.”

Many laboratories around the country have received complete minks, deer, elk, worms, and livers from these animals, and they are discovering toxicities that are out of control, according to a source.

“These highly toxic levels are the exact chemicals that were released from East Palestine. Wayne National Forest and Shawnee State Forest in Ohio, are downriver from East Palestine and are two parks where samples are from,”  the source added.

In the meanwhile, BBC reported:

Nearly 45,000 animals have died as a result of a toxic train crash this month in an Ohio town, environmental officials have said.

The figure from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources updates the initial estimate of 3,500 animals dead after the 3 February derailment.

Governor DeWine sought to prevent scientists from attending state parks, according to a source who spoke to the Ohio Star.

The governor and the railroad were blocking scientists from getting soil samples in East Palestine, but they were still able to grab some for testing. Likewise, the soils are highly contaminated, the source said.

The source asserts that the governor of Ohio exclusively employs hand-picked scientists to “give him the results he wants.”

“It is heartbreaking to me that politicians like DeWine make an issue like this political. It should not be. He should be doing all he can to protect people, animals and the environment and not just cover his own behind,” the source added.

More on this story via The Republic Brief:

There have been countless reports of health concerns by the residents of East Palestine and surrounding communities following the derailment of ten railcars carrying hazardous materials, including vinyl chloride, that first responders eventually burned off. CONTINUE READING…

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