Ohio Woman Finds All of Her Chickens and Rooster Dead 10 Miles from East Palestine Following Mushroom Cloud of Toxic Chemicals Released into Air

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East Palestine, Ohio toxic chemical explosion and fire.

Amanda Breshears found all of her chickens and rooster dead following the “controlled” release of the toxic chemicals in East Palestine, Ohio last week.

Amanda lives 10 miles away. She found all of her chickens dead the morning after the mushroom cloud explosion.

WKBN reported:

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People across the Mahoning Valley — including those who live in Mahoning and Trumbull counties — reported smelling chlorine after Monday’s controlled release in East Palestine. Officials said it wasn’t dangerous, but one North Lima woman is skeptical about that statement.

Even though North Lima is a little more than 10 miles away from East Palestine, Amanda Breshears said the smell caused her eyes to water when she went to let her dog out. She believes it could be the reason why her birds are now dead.

Breshears was going to feed her five hens and rooster Tuesday morning when she discovered them all lifeless, practically in the same position, with no signs of a predator entering their enclosure.

“I’m beyond upset and quite panicked, ’cause this, they may be just chickens, but they’re family,” she said.

Breshears said her chickens were alive and well on Monday.

She believes that the smell following the detonation of the train carrying chemicals that derailed in East Palestine is to blame for her birds’ sudden death.

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