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A recent Harvard study found that Americans with COVID-19 who live in places with high levels of air pollution are more likely to die from the disease than people who live in less polluted places.  Allegheny County is among the 10% of U.S. counties that have both high relative density of major air pollution sources and high relative rates of COVID-19 deaths.  And as you know from our previous emails, diesel locomotive engines are a major source of air pollution, and continually emit the tiniest of inhalable airborne particles known as PM2.5, a known carcinogen.
Since COVID restrictions are preventing us from continuing our in-person community meetings about Norfolk Southern Railroad’s expansion plans, we produced this video that explains the issues.  Please watch and share.

Rail Pollution Protection Pittsburgh
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