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A black plume rises over East Palestine, Ohio, as a result of the controlled detonation of a portion of the derailed Norfolk and Southern trains on Monday.
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Crews released and burned hazardous chemicals that were in train cars in danger of exploding. About 50 train cars derailed near the Ohio-Pennsylvania border on Friday.
 The dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico is approximately the size of New Jersey
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Chile Verde Cannabis Flower on Thursday, Feb. 2, 2023, at Good Day Farm Dispensary in the Central West End.
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