Erin Brockovich tells citizens of Ohio “Trust your instincts, what you see, what you smell, and how you feel”

Consumer advocate and legal clerk Erin Brockovich tells East Palestine, Ohio, residents to "believe their own instincts" about possible chemical exposures and prolonged symptoms on "Kennedy" on Wednesday. (Getty Images)

Luke 21:11 There will be great earthquakes, and in various places famines and pestilences. And there will be terrors and great signs from heaven.

Important Takeaways:

  • Erin Brockovich warns Ohio train derailment is transpiring into a ‘nightmare’: None of this makes sense
  • Consumer advocate and whistleblower Erin Brockovich advised residents of East Palestine, Ohio, to “believe their own instincts” as state officials claim there’s no longer any air or water hazards.
  • “They need to believe what it is they’re smelling, what it is they’re seeing, what it is they’re feeling, what it is they’re experiencing,” Brockovich said on “Kennedy” Wednesday evening.
  • Almost two weeks after a Norfolk Southern train carrying hazardous materials derailed and caught fire near the Ohio-Pennsylvania border, Gov. Mike DeWine said East Palestine’s water is safe to drink and the air clean to breathe on “The Story with Martha MacCallum.”
  • The train with 50 rail cars, 10 of which were carrying vinyl chloride, caused hazardous chemicals to spill onto the ground and sent a plume of smoke into the air.
  • East Palestine residents Nathan Izotic and his wife Kelly told Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight” that they’re seeing the effects of the chemicals first-hand.
  • “We are seeing them locally and inside of our bodies. What we’re experiencing – local fish in our creeks have died … oily sheens and coloration in our water … [the] constant smell of burning plastics and chemicals in the air… issues with our dog … vomiting, acting lethargic. It’s scary stuff here,” Izotic said.

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