Efforts to clean up after a toxic train derailment in East Palestine are ongoing, but there is still much work to be done.
Norfolk Southern is responsible for the remediation work, which has involved clearing 26,700 tons of contaminated soil from the area.
The EPA is conducting tests on soil, water, and air samples to monitor the extent of the contamination.
Despite progress being made, concerns remain among residents about the impact of the cleanup efforts on the community.
Governor Mike DeWine has visited East Palestine to show his support and express his frustration at other states refusing to take the contaminated soil.
Meanwhile, the Youngstown Catholic Diocese has been supporting the community, with the bishop set to celebrate mass at Our Lady of Lourdes parish.
News 5 will continue to provide updates on the situation in East Palestine.