I want to thank a dear friend of mine that will remain anonymise for this epic report.

On February 3rd a train derailed in East Palestine, OH, and led to a weeks long contained fire and chemical release. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) reported that 50 cars derailed of which 20 contained hazardous materials. Fire departments from WV and PA responded to assist local efforts. Two days later the Governor activated the National Guard and warned that “there is now the potential of a catastrophic tanker failure which would cause an explosion with the potential of deadly shrapnel traveling up to a mile.” Residents living within 1 mile were asked to evacuate with authorities issuing threats of criminal charges for misconduct or child endangerment (for households with children) that refuse to evacuate.

A multi-day controlled release and burn of chemicals and combustible liquids continue to impact residents within and behind a 1-mile evacuation zone of East Palestine, OH. Additional materials have been discovered on the cars that were derailed to include; ethylene glycol mono butyl ether, Ethylhexyl acrylate and isobutylene vinyl chloride, butyl acrylate, and benzene residue.

The substances are known to cause liver/brain/lung cancers, lymphoma, and leukemia, headaches, dizziness, nausea and vomiting, permanent lung damage, irritation to the nose/throat/lungs, tremors, confusion, unconsciousness, and death.

A hazardous materials specialist familiar with the incident advised “we basically nuked a town with chemicals so we could get a railroad open”.

Fish have been discovered dead floating in two streams in the area. Ohio Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Emergency Response advised “We knew at the onset of this incident there was impact to Sulfur Creek and waters of the state of Ohio.”

Additionally, the ground water and wells of residences has been contaminated. The Potable Well Task Group is being dispatched door-to-door to warn residents not to drink water from their taps. Norfolk Southern is supplying bottled water to those impacted.

Following the controlled burned a small chicken farm suffered the overnight deaths of chickens (farm located 10 miles from derailelment). Other ranchers and farmers are also reporting concerns. Despite this, the Ohio Department of Agriculture said the state’s “food supply is safe and the risk to livestock remains low following the East Palestine train derailment. ODA has not received any official reports regarding the wellness of animals related to the incident.”

Separately, a journalist was arrested for trespassing after recording a live broadcast while interrupting the Governor’s address on the incident.

Rep. Marjorie Greene commented on the incident saying “East Palestine, Ohio is undergoing an ecological disaster bc authorities blew up the train derailment cars carrying hazardous chemicals and press are being arrested for trying to tell the story. Oh but UFO’s!”

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UPDATE : Chemicals released from the train derailment have now entered multiple bodies of water to include; Sulphur Run, Leslie Run, Bull Creek, North Fork Little Beaver Creek, Little Beaver Creek, and the Ohio River. Reports say “Low levels of dangerous chemicals [from the train]…were detected in the Ohio River downstream of the incident.” The Ohio River is the source of water for 5 million people in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. With its tributaries reaching into Illinois, Tennessee, and Mississippi; the total effected water sources could impact 25 million people.