East Palestine Residents Remain Concerned, Skeptical

EAST PALESTINE, Ohio (News Talk 1480 WHBC and ONN) – Over three months after the toxic train derailment in East Palestine, assurances that the soil and water is OK continue to be met with skepticism.

Resident Kari Breick tells Channel 3 (WKYC-TV) she still taking her kids to their grandparents house in Pennsylvania to bathe and play outside.

The EPA has a regular presence in the village, continuing to hold public meetings once a week.

They say they’ll do that as long as needed.

State and federal health officials continue to stress that the air and water has not been impacted by the wreck.