Some residents of 26th Street in Charles Village who were displaced after that city street and all those cars fell onto those train tracks are coming home today, and some of them are coming home to a bunch of dust.
One local property owner called the site “a dustbin” and told WJZ that dust was “heavy in the air.” Man, I guess you’ll just never please some people. First they’re upset when their cars tumble onto CSX tracks in a landslide after trying for decades to convince the city that the retaining wall was structurally sound. Then they’re miffed about being displaced from their homes for a month and a half. Now they’re let back home, and they expect to breathe clean air!
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