Pete Jokes Amid Worst Industrial Crisis In Years – VIDEO

America is in the middle of one of the worst transportation industrial accidents in recent memory, and Mayor Pete is telling jokes.

As a matter of fact, there has been very little reporting about the train derailment near the Ohio-Pennsylvania border.

The massive train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio, caused a fire and the release of toxic chemicals, prompting an evacuation of residents within 1 mile of the accident site. Now, after five days of careful monitoring, officials have declared the area safe, and residents can finally return home.

The accident happened on the evening of Friday, Feb. 3 and quickly escalated, with officials warning of a “potential of a catastrophic tanker failure” after a “drastic temperature change” was observed in the rail car. To protect the community, an evacuation order was issued for anyone within a 1-mile radius of the site, extending into nearby areas across the border in Beaver County, Pennsylvania.

East Palestine Fire Chief Keith Drabick asked residents to follow the traffic plan posted on Columbiana County EMA’s website before returning home. Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said in “layman’s terms,” the air quality readings are now basically the same as before. Pennsylvania Gov. Josh Shapiro’s office said there will be ongoing air monitoring in the area, and Norfolk Southern has hired an independent contractor to conduct air quality readings inside homes. Free testing will also be offered for private wells in the area.

Meanwhile, we haven’t heard a word from our Transportation Secretary except jokes.

Instead of our officials giving information, below is probably the best explanation as to what is going on.

Terrible pictures…

Below is a very emotional video of a man recording what happened after officials decided to do a burn-off. Warning langue.

Meanwhile, where is Mayor Pete?


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