Several days after the Ohio train derailment, investigations have been launched to determine whether dioxins might have spread following the incident. Authorities are currently looking into the possibility of toxic chemicals contaminating the area around the site of the accident, particularly after reports of an unexplained death of a calf near East Palestine. Meanwhile, Norfolk Southern, one of the companies involved in the derailment, is expected to join a safety reporting system after melted equipment from the disaster spurred a federal advisory. Ohio’s governor has also urged the company to create a fund for health care bills for those affected by the incident. Results have been returned on the investigation into the calf’s death, with no evidence of chemical exposure found. The situation remains ongoing, and further updates are expected in the coming days.