“People don’t want to get rich. Let’s make that clear,” Chase Kinder said. “We just want to get out be healthy, we want to be in a position where we can function and do the things we normally would do in our lives, That’s all we want.”
The Murphy family has lived at their home in East Palestine for the past 22 years. They love their home and their farm. They didn’t plan on moving but now because of the toxic train derailment they might. Their family has been sick including their horses.
Many people in East Palestine are packing their bags and moving away out of fear for their health following the train derailment, while some lifelong residents can’t come to grip leaving the small they have called home their entire lives.
Governor Mike DeWine announced Wednesday that Norfolk Southern has agreed to create a new first responders training center, as well as hold training classes as soon as March 22, according to a press release.