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How a toxic train crash became a presidential battlefield

Only a few people outside of the small community were aware that a train carrying toxic chemicals was stranded in East Palestine, Ohio on February 3. In the following weeks, it became a major political controversy with many national politicians visiting the small town and train operators being interrogated by Congress.

Nomia Iqbal, BBC North America Correspondent, explains why.

Created by Alex Lederman, edited by Joyce Liu.


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