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  • WATCH: Cargo ship is removed 8 weeks after Baltimore bridge collapse

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Ohio residents raise concern over chemicals released from train wreck

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Ohio residents raised concerns at a town meeting after a train holding toxic chemicals derailed and caught fire near the Ohio-Pennsylvania border. One resident says she may never trust the town’s water and others say they aren’t sure if they should be living there, but Mayor Trent Conaway says his greatest concern is “that my citizens feel safe.”