On Tuesday Nov 26, in the middle of the night, more than 400 residents of Willard, Ohio were forced out of their homes after a train derailed and spilled a hazardous chemical. One of the damaged rail cars began leaking a flammable liquid in the CSX rail yard in Huron County.
At 11:42 p.m., a caller notified police that "a train was leaking a substance” on North Main Street. Upon arrival, police found a 33,000 gallon rail car leaking a highly flammable substance through a four inch hole. The substance being released into the air turned out to be "styrene monomer," a highly flammable chemical.
According to an OSHA website, exposure to it causes “headache, fatigue, dizziness, confusion, drowsiness, malaise, difficulty in concentrating and a feeling of intoxication." It is also a serious cleanup mess, as a spark could cause an explosion or fire.
- Note: This was only hours after derailments in Nebraska, South Carolina, and Brazil. READ: Train derails near Friend, Nebraska: Earth wobble intensifies
Willard is a town with a population of about 6,000, and police say about 400 households were affected. Residents within a half mile radius were evacuated to an emergency shelter in the high school. Police Sergeant Ryan Gillmor said police went door to door "urging people to leave their homes." Jennifer Barnett told the Blade Newspaper in Toledo that police woke up her family around 2:30 a.m., forcing her, her husband, and her three children to take a van to school without their own vehicle.
The leak was plugged by 3:20 a.m. Wednesday morning, after running for several hours and spilling 12,500 gallons of the hazardous styrene monomer. Officials cautioned the cleanup process could take a while.
There are far too many of these “unfortunate derailment disasters” to even consider coincidence as a factor.
Let's call it the way it really is . . . Planet X (Nibiru) looms high in our skies and the earth wobble intensifies. Stretch zones are a reality - the new normal. Prepare or beware.