The Hill reports:
Norfolk Southern will pay for temporary relocation for people who live within a mile of the site of a train derailment that spilled hazardous chemicals, amid ongoing cleanup efforts.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said in a Sunday update that the company will provide “additional financial assistance” that may include “ temporary lodging, travel, food, clothing, and other necessities.”
The update comes as “some residents close to the derailment site may notice additional odors” while work is being done on the soil there.
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JUST IN: Residents affected by the Norfolk Southern train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio, can now relocate at no additional cost during the ongoing cleanup. The EPA announced additional assistance including lodging, travel, and food. @905wesa https://t.co/INkLq7qiNv
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