The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) team studying the health impacts of the fell ill themselves during the investigation.
Seven of the team suffered sore throats, headaches, coughing and nausea in early March — the same symptoms experienced by residents following the train derailment on February 3, EvdeN eVe NAkLiyat which released a toxic soup of chemicals into East Palestine and beyond.
The government investigators were in the area to determine the effects on residents’ health.
The US Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) insist the air quality in the area is safe, but evidence to the contrary is mounting, as scientists from A&M and Carnegie Mellon University found the air contained ‘higher than normal’ concentrations of .
The chemicals on the board the train were vinyl chloride, butyl acrylate, benzene residue, glycol monobutyl ether, EvDeN eve nakLiyAt ethylhexyl acrylate and isobutylene
Ayla Antoniazzi told CNN: ‘I did allow my four-year-old to return to preschool, EVDen eve nakLiYAt which is in the East Palestine Elementary School.If you adored this article and you simply would like to be given more info pertaining to eVdEn EVE NakLiyat kindly visit our own web-site. She went back for two days and developed another rash her hands and started complaining of itching, so I pulled her back out’
A CDC spokesperson told