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(Natural News) A resident who lives near the East Palestine, Ohio, site of this month’s horrendous train derailment and chemical spill, said that the Environmental Protection Agency is ignoring him after he reported ash from a controlled burn of the chemicals landed all over his residence more than a mile-and-a-half away.

“Like many residents who live within a few miles of Norfolk Southern Railway’s Feb. 3 train derailment, Jerry Corbin evacuated before the railroad decided to conduct a controlled burn of five freight cars containing the toxic vinyl chloride on Feb. 6,” The Epoch Times reported this week. “When he returned to his home in Darlington Township, Pennsylvania—around 1.4 miles from the crash site—Corbin discovered two surprises. Black debris that resembled ash was strewn all over his yard and on his roof, and an “undetonated blasting cap” landed in a pasture near his house.”

On the night of February 3rd, a catastrophic train derailment occurred in the small village of East Palestine, Ohio. With 151 cars on board, the Norfolk Southern train derailed and caused a fire that engulfed an additional 12 cars.

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Alarmingly, 11 of the derailed cars contained hazardous materials, prompting Norfolk Southern to take drastic measures to avoid a large-scale explosion. Thus, the company opted to release and burn vinyl chloride from five of the rail cars, resulting in a large plume of thick black smoke and intense flames soaring into the sky, the outlet noted.

According to witness accounts, the controlled burn was initiated by a blasting cap, a small device containing cotton and wire that is used to detonate explosives. Though the measure was intended to keep the incident under control, the destruction left behind has yet to be fully assessed. Corbin thinks a blasting cap he found on his property was meant to be used in the detonation of the rail cars.

“It’s not real big. It would blow your hand off,” Corbin said of the blasting cap. “I contacted someone in the military and asked him about it. He said don’t have any static electricity around it, don’t drop it.”

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