Who is Liable for US Radioactive Accident?

The Debate - Who is responsible for the accident with radioactive substances in the United States?

The derailment of a train operated by Norfolk Southern Railway in East Palestine, Ohio, has caused a great deal of concern among the local residents. After the accident, it was necessary to make holes in the tanks of the wagons to avoid a large explosion and the flames continued to burn for hours, releasing toxic smoke into the air. This forced the inhabitants to evacuate their homes and left them with the uncertainty of having toxic substances in the environment.

The authorities have indicated that the conditions to return are safe, despite the fact that the inhabitants have reported symptoms such as headache, nausea, and weakness. The White House has also claimed to be in communication with the Ohio authorities and is considering the possibility of the operating company paying for the clean-up of the chemicals and facing economic sanctions.

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The environmental emergency has raised questions about the potential risks to the environment and the long-term repercussions. To better understand the situation, experts such as Carlos Ruiz, professor at the Faculty of Chemistry at the National University of Mexico, and Javier da Cunha, professor of environmental emergencies at the UADE University in Argentina, have been consulted.

It is clear that this environmental emergency is a priority for federal authorities and it is important to ensure that the necessary steps are taken to protect the environment. It is also essential that the operating company is held accountable and pays for the clean-up of the chemicals.

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