Paging Don DeLillo

“Hundreds of people were kept from their homes Friday in Graniteville, S.C., because of chlorine gas that was released after a train crash early Thursday. Bulldozers began moving the derailed cars.”
Cloud Rising From Train Wreck, Then Death and a Ghost Town, The New York Times, Jan. 8, 2005.
“Finally, after ‘a night of dream-lit snows,’ an ‘airborne toxic event’ originates in a rail accident at a nearby train yard. The dark billowing cloud is full of Nyodene D…”
Summary of Don DeLillo’s White Noise.
Related: Don DeLillo and the Towers

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That’s the one with the dead speaking to Mr Mom on his modern electronic equipment, right?

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