Daniel Whyte III warns that as long as we have Pete Buttigieg, a homosexual man who is so-called “married to a man,” as Transportation Secretary of the United States, we will have confusion and disaster after disaster in transportation across the nation. It will get worse because the Evangelical Church, the Catholic Church, and the government are cursed because they colluded to condone and sanction homosexuality and so-called homosexual marriage in this country called America, which was built on biblical principles. Again Whyte calls on Biden to fire Buttigieg before he gets us all killed. Another Norfolk Southern train carrying hazardous chemicals crashed near Detroit just one week after another train derailment caused a toxic spill near East Palestine, Ohio, that has left residents in a mess with no help from homosexual Buttigieg or FEMA. God is not pleased with this at all. I know most of you do not like this, and you do not understand this, but this is the reality.
Another Norfolk Southern train carrying at least one car of hazardous materials derailed Thursday outside of Detroit, renewing concerns about the transportation of toxic chemicals.
Photos and videos from the scene show several train cars off the tracks. It remains unclear what chemicals the train was carrying at the time.
No injuries were reported when the train derailed in Van Buren Township on Thursday, and officials told FOX News the area is not currently a hazmat situation.
The cause of the crash was not immediately clear, and police are currently investigating the scene. They have urged residents to stay away from the area as the investigation continues.
The incident comes just over one week after a different Norfolk Southern train carrying toxic chemicals derailed in Ohio, creating concern about the safety of the water and air in the area.
The derailment occurred just before 9am in an area west of the Detroit Metropolitan Airport, WWMT reports.
It left the tracks damaged, and the wheels disconnected from some rail cars.
In a statement, Rep. Debbie Dingell, a Democrat from Michigan, said she is in touch with the United States Environmental Protection Agency about the matter.
‘At this time no one is aware of the release of any hazardous materials,’ she said, adding that ‘the car carrying hazardous materials has been put upright and is being removed from the area of the other derailed cars.’
Additionally, the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy said it is ‘aware of the derailment in Van Buren Township, Wayne County, where initial reports indicate no threat to the public from the derailment.
‘EGLE personnel are on their way to the scene to assist in assessing the situation.
The derailment comes as Norfolk Southern continues to face questions about a catastrophic derailment 250 miles away in East Palestine, Ohio that sparked a large fire and released toxic chemicals into the water.
Just days after the crash, the company set fire to five train cars carrying vinyl chloride — but experts say the train operator could have mitigated the risks from toxic chemicals in safer but costlier ways.
In blowing up the train cars in a ‘controlled burn,’ a federal lawsuit alleges, the company may have released a chemical agent used to kill soldiers in World War I.
Residents have since complained of sore throats and persistent coughs, with some saying that their pets have become sick or died in the aftermath of the chemical explosion.
A preliminary report of the Ohio crash suggests that a wheel bearing was in the final stage of overheat failure just moments before the derailment on February 3, and may have caused the crash.
The National Transportation Safety Board has said crews received an alarm from a wayside defect detector shortly before the train overturned, indicating a mechanical issue, and the emergency brakes were initiated.
But it has since emerged that lobbyists for the company successfully got President Donald Trump to dismantle an Obama-era rule that would have required railway operators to update their braking systems.
The Obama administration had pushed for a new safety rule to govern the transportation of hazardous materials to avoid environmental disasters following a train derailment in Casselton, North Dakota that spilled nearly 500,000 gallons of crude oil and cause $13.5million in damages.
He proposed a new safety rule, which was heavily fought by lobbyists including from the Norfolk-Southern Corp.
Then when the rule was implemented in 2015, it was narrowly crafted and only required railway operators to install electronically-controlled brakes — which applies braking simultaneously across a train rather than by railcar to railcar over the course of several seconds — by 2023.
The rule only applied to ‘high-hazard flammable trains’ carrying at least 20 consecutive loaded cars filled with liquids like crude oil.
Just three years after it was implemented, the Trump administration repealed the rule, saying the cost exceeded the benefits.
As a result, Norfolk Southern continued to use its post-Civil War era braking technology.
There are nearly 1,000 cases a year of a train derailing; Pete Buttigieg dismisses responsibility for the disasters
‘While this horrible situation has gotten a particularly high amount of attention, there are roughly 1000 cases a year of a train derailing. Obviously they have levels of severity,’ he said in a clip posted by Yahoo News on Thursday.
Buttigieg went on: ‘Now this train was subject to certain enhanced requirements because of the hazardous materials on board, but obviously none of that prevented what happened.’
‘We’re going to be paying very close attention to the findings that NTSB [National Transportation Safety Board] comes back,’ he said.
‘Rail safety is something that has evolved a lot over the years but there’s clearly more than needs to be done,’ Buttigieg told Yahoo Finance.
Area senators are hitting back against the Biden administration for what they see as a delayed response to the derailment that caused a massive toxic chemical spill.