Gov. Mike DeWine (R) said residents are still contacting authorities about health concerns connected to February's fiery derailment in East Palestine.
Nearly three months after a fiery Norfolk Southern train derailment blackened the skies and sent families fleeing, residents are unsure how to move on.
The disaster response has not only been flawed — it is one big conflict of interest.
Ohio has filed a lawsuit against railroad Norfolk Southern to make sure it pays for the cleanup and environmental damage caused by a fiery train derailment last month.
The company and local officials said there was no threat to the public following the derailment.
Norfolk Southern's CEO insisted his company will improve safety and "do what's right" after the disastrous train derailment in Ohio, but outlined few specifics.
Senators grilled Norfolk Southern CEO Alan Shaw after the Ohio train derailment released toxic chemicals.
The troubled railroad's corporate PAC has donated to more than half of the members of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee.
The probe targets a series of accidents, including the derailment in East Palestine and a conductor's death on Tuesday.
A Norfolk Southern cargo train derailed between Dayton and Columbus, the second derailment of a company train in the state in a month.