A major metropolitan area in Ohio has made moves to shut off its Ohio River water intake following the East Palestine train derailment.
Local officials from Cincinnati announced they would temporarily be cutting off the city’s water intake from the Ohio River and are switching to water reserves.
The Greater Cincinnati Water Works (GCWW) announced the change Thursday, anticipating that hazardous chemicals from East Palestine will reach the city’s river intake by the end of the weekend, WCPO reported.
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