I'm really disappointed the TFP would print an article like this without a counterpoint perspective. Especially given the robust local food industry in this region. People avoid chemicals in their food due to the possible long term effects of exposure. Something which cannot be tested for in a short term study. Sames goes for avoiding hormones and antibiotics in meat and dairy. Don't call people suckers for being proactive about limiting what is put in their bodies.
Let them keep their prejudices about Chattanooga. It means less will move here. Chattanooga is an amazing city and the next 20 years is going to see even more amazing change and growth.
It seems strings continue to be pulled with this story, seeing as the ability to comment has been disabled for the most recent article on the main page. Odd. What's up with that TFP?
According to the medical examiner they were alive at time of impact which means they couldn't have first been beaten to death.
I don't understand how the medical examiner determined they probably did not see or hear the train coming.
For those from the press conference feed saying no one official ever said that the individuals were standing; "Norfolk Southern spokeswoman Susan Terpay said "two individuals who were standing on the tracks" were struck just after 6 a.m. Monday." Here's the link.