EAST PALESTINE, Ohio (WOIO) – It’s been more than two months since a Norfolk Southern train derailed in East Palestine setting off a chain of events that the people who live in the small town never could have imagined.
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.
On Thursday they had independent testing done to try to get some more clarity on their situation.
“Norfolk Southern your train may have crashed but it derailed my life and now there are pieces that I don’t know how to pick up,” said Linda Murphy.