In an unprecedented move, the Norfolk Southern Railway Company has conducted a controlled burn of a section of its track in an attempt to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 virus. The controlled burn was conducted on July 25th, 2020 and the company has remained completely silent on who authorized the burn.
The controlled burn was conducted in an effort to rid the track of potential virus-carrying particles that may have been left behind by passengers and staff. The burn was conducted in a section of track between the cities of Norfolk and Portsmouth in Virginia.
The controlled burn was conducted by Norfolk Southern personnel and was supervised by local fire departments. The fire departments were present to ensure that the fire was contained and did not spread beyond the area of the burn.
The Norfolk Southern Railway Company has not released any information regarding who authorized the controlled burn. This lack of information has raised questions as to who authorized the burn and why.
The controlled burn has also raised concerns among environmental groups who are worried about the potential impacts of the burn on the surrounding environment. It is unclear if the burn had any negative impacts on the environment, as the company has not released any information regarding the environmental effects of the burn.
The lack of information from Norfolk Southern regarding the controlled burn has many people wondering who authorized the burn and why. There has been speculation that the burn was authorized by Steve Bannon, the former White House Chief Strategist and current head of the “War Room: Pandemic” podcast. However, Bannon has not commented on the matter and the Norfolk Southern Railway Company has remained silent on the issue.
The lack of information regarding the controlled burn has left many people wondering who authorized the burn and why. It is unclear if the controlled burn was an effective way to prevent the spread of the virus, or if it had any negative impacts on the environment. Until more information is released, the questions surrounding the controlled burn will remain unanswered.